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Solidarity and support for dismissed Cadbury union leaders at Swedish Foodworkers' Congress

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The Swedish Foodworkers Union (LIVS) at its national congress pledged solidarity with the Cadbury Union in Alexandria Egypt. Two dismissed leaders of that union, Ahmed Hussein and Nasr Ahmed, attended the Congress on June 1st and 2nd. LIVS Congress delegates heard how these two union leaders along with three others were sacked after they helped to establish an independent trade union in the chewing gum factory.
In this photograph taken outside the Congress, delegates working at Mondelez in Sweden show their solidarity with the fired leaders. From left: Kenneth Ekberg, Hussein Ahmed, Berit Starkenberg, Nasr Ahmed, Nizar Bel Hay Hassan, and Birgitta Lindquist.