United Work Collective Council

The United Work Collective Council (Объединенный Совет трудовых коллективов) is an organization which led a political movement for the independence of Transnistria (also called Pridnestrovie) from the Republic of Moldova.

Read more about United Work Collective Council:  Work Collective Councils, Strike Campaign, Evolution To A Political Party

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United Work Collective Council - Evolution To A Political Party
... OSTK candidates fared well in the February 25 elections ... In eastern Moldova, OSTK supporters took control of most of the major city and regional (rayon) soviets ...

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