Executive Committee reconfirmed the 2006 Spring Struggle strategies

10 March 2006

9 March, RENGO held its 6th Central Executive Committee and 4th Central Struggle Committee in Tokyo. Just before the first peak of Spring Struggle negotiations, RENGO President Takagi called for pressing hard on negotiations in the remaining days. Twelve hundred unions, bettering the previous year’s record, would try to draw out employers’ answers during the peak. Agenda of the Committees were as follows:

Agenda of the 6th Central Executive Committee

  1. Emergency aid for the landslide tragedy in Leyte Island, the Philippines
  2. Urgent actions for equality
  3. Interim statement of accounts of the fiscal 2006
  4. Recommendations for candidates in coming elections
  5. Appointments of new members of government councils
  6. Others
    • 2006 Fieldwork for human rights study
    • RENGO symposium on medical system reforms
    • Symposium on a Review of Working Hours
    • Japan-Indonesia Bilateral Seminar on Multinational Enterprises
    • Participation in a study tour of the NGO-Trade Union Cooperation Forum
    • Second RENGO Symposium on broadband
    • Calendar for March and April

Agenda of the an 4th Central Struggle Committee

  1. Fourth urgent strategy of the Spring Struggle
  2. Information conference of the 2006 Small and Medium Enterprises Joint Struggle Committee
  3. Others