Latin American Federation of Workers of the Construction Industry, Wood and Building Materials
Fédération latinoaméricaine des travailleurs de l'industrie de la construction, du bois et du matériel de bâtiment
Federación Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de la Industria de la Construcción, la Madera y los Materiales de Construcción (FLATICOM)
Federação Latinoamericana des Trabalhadores no Indústria de Construção de Madeira
1969-11-26 Caracas Venezuela
26 Nov 1969, Caracas (Venezuela). Also referred to as Latin American Federation of Workers of the Construction and Wood Industry -- Federación Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de la Industria de Construcción y la Madera. Nov 2001 merged with H-XD1159 - Federación Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de la Industria (FLATI) to form D-XD8685 - Federación Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de la Industria y la Construcción (FLATIC).
Guided by the values and requirements of workers as human persons and ratifying the principles of CLAT, WFBWU and WCL: promote Latin American and Caribbean workers of the construction, wood and building materials; uphold the democratic concept of society, social justice and solidarity.
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Latin-American Congress, comprising representatives of all affiliated organizations; Latin-American Management; Council; Executive Committee; Bureau. Sub-regional Branches (4); Councils for Branches and Sub-branches (4).
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