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Friday, 25 March 2011





More than a thousand teachers and students at one private university in the city of Quanzhou, Fujian Province, went on strike from 16 to 19 March in protest against the exploitation of teachers.

Student Chen from the private Yang’en university said that the university administration does not care about the teachers, and everything is decided by the Council of the University. Therefore, all decisions are made in its favour to the detriment of teachers and the university. Teachers are often delayed salaries, the equipment is not updated for the students, although tuition fees are constantly rising.

The university administration has not extended the teachers contracts whose terms of contracts came to an end. Therefore, on March 16, many teachers went on strike in front of the administration building. Later, after learning about it, they were joined by students in solidarity.

Source: Trade unions today

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22 March – Russia


22.03.2011 15:40
On March 20, at the initiative of the Federation of car owners of Russia (FAR), an All-Russia protest action took place, which was attended by car drivers of nearly 30 cities across the country. Thousands of motorists across the country again took to the streets to demand lower fuel prices, and abolishing of the road tax system. Motorists demanded a change in fuel pricing and the abolishing of the vehicle tax tied to engine size, and a reduction of the excessive profits of oil companies together with a reduction of fuel duty directly affecting the price level at the pumps

Another important demand made, was the complete abolition of the excise tax on petrol and diesel fuel, like it is for socially important goods.

"Petrol and diesel fuels are not luxuries, not like tobacco or alcohol. This is a crucial resource in modern economy. To impose an excise duty on it, is to deliberately inflate the prices for all manufactured products and reduce the rate of economic development of the country” - believe motorists.

The action took place in various forms in nearly 30 cities across the country. In particular, in Krasnoyarsk, at a picket, more than 300 people gathered. Distinctly, at that this time local MPs took part in the action, who are not afraid to talk about the problem with the residents, promising to continue the dialogue in the workplace and beyond. Among the picketers were autoclubs, Association of truckers, departments of of political parties.

At Miasse, the event held was also in the form of a picket. According to the organizers, the rally was the largest of the four previously held protests in the city. Signatures for an appeal in the region have been planned for collection over the next few weeks. It is possible that in April, a rally in support of the demands of the protestors will be organized.

About 300 people attended a rally at a square near the "Ulitsa 1905" tube station in Moscow. The protesters brought banners with slogans: "No to an increase in petrol prices," “We are not heard, while we remain silent," "The People's Garage is deception and blackmail." After the meeting, the FAR activists held a rolling car protest along Zubovsky boulevard to the Vorobyevy Hills. The Moscow authorities did not sanction this action, so activists expected arrests, but the convoy of 50 cars of FAR activists was accompanied by only two police cars. But it did not end without an arrest: at the rally, police detained the coordinator of the “Left Front”, Sergei Udaltsov.

In Kopeisk, a protest held in the form of flash mobs - "Refuel on your last pennies." The action took place at several gas stations, it was attended by about 10 cars.

A rolling car protest was held in St. Petersburg. The motorcade of protesters against unreasonably high prices for petrol, stretching a half mile, on several occasions was forced to make stops. The reason - increased attention to the protestors by the traffic police. The protesters wanted to refer the matter to the city authorities, but the document they took was not taken by the authorities, citing a day off.

In Ufa, a march took place under a loud chorus of empty cans. The march was attended by more than 40 people. At the end of the march a petition was organized to the President of the Republic of Belarus, the Government of the Republic of Belarus and the Federal Government. Further along the streets, a rolling car protest was held. The column was accompanied by a traffic police car, but only as an observer for road safety compliance. There were no incidents. About 30 cars took part in the protest.

In addition, protest action was taken in the following cities: Barnaul, Biisk, Vladivostok (in the form of informational support), Volgograd, Vologda, Vorkuta, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Kopeysk, Leningrad region, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Orenburg, Penza, Perm, Rostov -na-Donu, Sarov, Tyumen, Ufa, Chelyabinsk, Cherepovets and Yaroslavl.

Source: Federation of car owners of Russia (FAR)


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