Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

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Minimum Wage Struggle – What Next?

Osun state Minimum Wage Struggle – What Next? After more than a year after the last strike, workers in Osun State under the two umbrella unions – NLC and TUC – have restarted agitation for the implementation of the nationally legislated N18, 000 minimum wage. As at Thursday, 31st January, 2013, three congresses of workers have been held in the

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MALI: IMPERIALIST INTERVENTION OFFERS NO HOPE FOR THE WORKING MASSES

MALI: IMPERIALIST INTERVENTION OFFERS NO HOPE FOR THE WORKING MASSES By Lanre Arogundade From Liberia to the Congos and Somalia; Sierra Leone to Rwanda and Burundi; Sudan to South-Sudan and Kenya; Ivory Coast (Cote D’Ivoire), Nigeria and now Mali, significant proportions of post-colonial or neo-colonial Africa are witnessing state failures. As the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), has always emphasized, the

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NIPOST PENSIONERS’ STRUGGLE

NIPOST PENSIONERS’ STRUGGLE GOVERNMENT SHOULD IMMEDIATELY PAY ALL PENSION ARREARS AND 2/3 GRATUITY NOW! Picketing of the post offices by the retirees of the NIPOST protesting the non-payment of 72 months arrears of pensions and two-third of gratuities being owed by the government, photo DSM Since December 24, 2012, the offices of the Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST) throughout the country

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NLC’S MISSION TO RE-CLAIM LABOUR PARTY

NLC’S MISSION TO RE-CLAIM LABOUR PARTY Nigeria’s incurable socio-political crisis requires an urgent working class socio-political alternative Segun Sango General Secretary Democratic Socialist Movement It is debatable whether currently there is any other country in the whole world afflicted with a greater socio-political crisis more than Nigeria. Potentially, Nigeria should be a success story. With a huge population of about