FNCTTFEL - Landesverband
It was on 10th January 1909 that the National Federation of Railroad Workers, Transportation Workers and Employees, Luxembourg (FNCTTFEL) was founded under the name “Generalverband der Eisenbahner des Luxemburger Landes”.
The first union action took place in November 1918 with a demonstration which took place in front of the Chamber of Deputies. The National Federation wanted the railroads to be nationalised. It was not until 1st June 1921 that this nationalisation came into force for all railroad workers.
After World War II, the railroad workers survived a difficult period which resulted in a strike in 1949.
In 1954, ACAL, the association of road transport professionals, joined the National Federation and, in the
1960s, it was opened to State and community civil servants.
Other important steps continued to mark the course of FNCTTFEL beginning in the 1980s. Amongst them, are the strikes against the dismantling of the statutory pension regime (1995-1998), the railroad workers strike in favour of nationalising the CFL (2003), and the struggle against globalisation and liberalisation policy.
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CGFP - Atelier Graphique D. Kurth (L);
Logo CGFP - Carlo Hoffmann (L);
Bréifdréieschgewerkschaft - Pit Weyer (L);
FNCTTFEL - Atelier Graphique D. Kurth (L);
|Printing:||High-resolution offset by "Joh. Enschedé Stamps", Haarlem (NL);|
40 x 30 mm, 10 stamps per sheet.