Confederación Obrera Ibero Americana

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Confederación Obrera Ibero Americana was a short-lived Ibero-American trade union confederation, formed by the International Federation of Trade Unions at a meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1928. Participants at the founding conference were the Confederación Obrera Argentina and pro-government trade unionists from Venezuela, Uruguay, Cuba and Spain.[1]

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  1. ^ Guerra, Sergio/Prieto, Alberto. Cronologia del movimiento obrero y las luchas por la revolución socialista en América Latina y el Caribe (1917-1939). Havana: Casa de las Americas, 1980. p. 9