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Confederación General de Trabajadores del Perú

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Subject: CGTP Peru logo.png, Trade unions in Peru, CGTP, World Federation of Trade Unions, Permanent Congress of Trade Union Unity of Latin America
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Confederación General de Trabajadores del Perú

Full name Confederación General de Trabajadores del Perú
Founded 1929
Affiliation WFTU
Key people Mario Huamán, secretary general
Office location Lima, Peru
Country Peru

The Confederación General de Trabajadores del Perú (CGTP) is a national trade union center in Peru. It was formed in 1929 by José Carlos Mariátegui.

The CGTP is the largest trade union federation in Peru, and is affiliated with the World Federation of Trade Unions.

In August 2013, the CGTP launched a major online campaign (hosted on LabourStart) together with other unions in Peru protesting the new civil service act.


External links

  • CGTP official site.
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