"A religious faith in an unregulated market have been given control policy in a couple of decades"
"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."
"Have the unions make a fuss about the political parties makes it more difficult to organize? Should employees get more out of corporate profits? Is it possible to reverse the shift of power from labour to capital and what does it mean in the long term for the employees and the trade unions ' position if it is not possible?"
"the Questions asked in a new report from the Futurion, a think-tank founded by civil servants' trade union confederation of professional employees (TCO). But the answers to the questions fail to appear. "
"Readers can according to the knowledge – and reality – yet they still respond.nTio years after the last financial crisis, try as politicians and pundits explain why country after country is exploding in anger and rage against ”the elites”. But there is something that connects the brexit, the Donald Trumps of the governor, högerextremismens emergence in Central europe and the yellow of the vests in France. It is about growing inequality, stagnant wages and economic insecurity."
"the Broad groups of the population feel that they are lagging behind when others are cashing in on the economic and social changes that have taken place in a religious faith in an unregulated market got to manage policy in a couple of decades. States which have previously promised their citizens with a high growth, full employment, general welfare and growth, the fruits would benefit everyone now focuses mostly on control and monitoring."
"The only focus of the day is to maximize shareholder dividends and the business community exerts strong pressure on the governments economic policies. Trade unions – among other things, to negotiate solutions to employees ' dissatisfaction, make-up on wages and act as a brake on increasing inequality – has been weakened by political decisions and legislation."
"A report from the International monetary fund (IMF) has shown that the gap between poor and rich widened in parallel with the unions weakened and lost members. Now is the gaps so grotesque that both the IMF, the OECD and other concrete bunkers for the orthodox market liberalism talking about how inequality threatens growth and undermines democracy. Which well may be said to be proven in real-time."
"When the economy has all the power, the politics is emptied of influence and the labour organisations, marginalised poured to finish the wrath. "
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