Center for Trade Union and Workers Services

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The fiercest confrontations between workers and the state during the 1984-89 strike wave were two sit-in strikes at the Iron and Steel Co. in Helwan in July and August 1989. Its leaders were among the founders of the Center for Trade Union and Workers’ Services, which subsequently established a branch in Shubra al-Khayma. After the Iron and Steel strikes, the regime of Husni Mubarak, became less tolerant of labor dissidence, an aspect of its generally more repressive character in the 1990s

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