Mexico court upholds union leader re-election

May 04, 2012 | 02:34 PM | Stephen Downer

Tags  Mexico, copper, mining, Napoleon Gomez Urrutia, Stephen Downer

MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that the country’s labor ministry acted "improperly" when in 2008 it refused to recognize the re-election of a miners’ union leader who organized a strike that paralyzed one of the world’s largest copper mines for three years. ....





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