Latin American Confederation of Communication Workers
Confédération latinoaméricaine des travailleurs de communications
Confederación Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de Comunicaciones (CLTC)
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1967, as a regional organization of C-XC2035 - International Federation of Employees in Public Services (INFEDOP).
Unify and integrate Latin American workers to combat neo-liberal policies, in particular structural adjustment, in the region.
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Steering Committee, comprising the Executive - President, Secretary-General, Assistant Secretary-General and Secretary for Administration and Finance - plus Vice-President, Executive Secretary and alternate Secretary for each of the 4 sub-regions: Andean Region; Central America; Caribbean; Cono Sur. Sub-regional Councils (4) each with Executive Secretary and several alternates.
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