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The Swedish miners’ strike that changed the industrial landscape

The Swedish miners' strike that changed the industrial landscape
It's 50 years to do the day since the start of a miners strike in the far north of Sweden which went on to change the industrial landscape for workers rights here.

It was December 9, 1969, and the end of the swinging sixties, when the first of almost 5,000 miners at the state owned LKAB iron ore mines in Norrbotten downed tools and said enough was enough.
The wildcat strike over pay and working conditions was to last almost two months and inspired other strikes in the country.

Red lights, the color of the Social Democrat, illuminate the LO building. The picture is from 2014, when the Social Democrat was the largest party among the Union’s voters, but now it has changed so that the Swedish Democrats Party has become the largest among the Union’s voters.

The Swedish Democrats Party SD becomes the largest party among the electors of the Swedish Trade Union Confederation

The Swedish Democrats Party has become the largest party among the voters of the General Federation of Trade Unions, recording a support rate of 33 percent compared to 30 percent for the Social Democratic Party.

So the SD party has become the largest party in the LO federation, which has nearly 1.5 million members spread over 14 trade unions.

Source: Sveriges Radio

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The Swedish miners’ strike that changed the industrial landscape

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