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Volume :12 Issue : 1 1984      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Brif some aspects of the workers Movement in the Arabian West and its National Role

Auther : A. M . Al –Tamimi

During the first quarter of the twenties century the capital colonization in the Western Arab world had led to establish and develop the workers movement in many important sites like the ports transportation and mines . the capital development  was put an end to the feudal structure which was dominating the period before the occupation . the new era with its new system built by European   in away  colonization which serve mainly their states interests especially their economy . Hence was born the workers movement in that part  of the world . its member consciousness created through the conflict against the colonial settlement . It had linked with their political role combined with their syndicate activities writhen the national parties . The bad economic situation in the Western part of the Arab world after the first world war create many difficulties which led to make the working class poorer because of the lower payment to the native s workers and the discrimination which colonial  authorities were practiced in that part of the world . What was important then the political conscious which derived from the education  and from their struggle with the settlers whom occupied the natives land. That events took place in the period which witnessed the appearance of the national political parties in a Tunisa Algeria and Moracco between the two world wars .

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