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Workers sh are in the national income continues to decline even though it increased very slightly from 2002 to 2005.
Unemployment remains stubbornly high and in many cases the quality of jobs has dropped.
Democratising the state: We committed ourselves to asserting a working class agenda in the programmes of the state; deepen social dialogue and participatory democracy; revise the electoral system and ensure that the Alliance drives transformation. Building the Alliance: We set criteria to assess the Alliance and guide our work in strengthening it in line with our vision.
As a core element and beneficiary of democracy, workers rights at work have been protected.
Workers have also benefited from provision of basic services and social grants.
Our key weaknesses remain inadequate capacity, inconsistency and perhaps even a lack of political will t o implement key decisions of the Federation.
As part of the preparations for the Congress debates, we developed and circulated a political discussion paper summarising and analysing developments over the past three years, located in broader trends over the twelve years since the democratic transition .Despite these gains, the condition of the working class has not improved in many areas.