|Full name||National Workers' Union of Venezuela|
|Native name||Unión Nacional de Trabajadores de Venezuela|
|Office location||Caracas, Venezuela|
The National Workers' Union of Venezuela (Spanish: Unión Nacional de Trabajadores de Venezuela, UNT) is a federation of labor unions in Venezuela that was founded in 2003. This union was created by supporters of Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez to challenge the Workers' Confederation of Venezuela (CTV), an anti-Chávez union federation that has strong ties with the centrist Democratic Action (AD). Many unions have disaffiliated from the CTV and joined with the UNT. Because of this, the UNT has become the biggest union federation in Venezuela whose contracts cover the majority of Venezuela's organized working class.
- Pro-Chávez Venezuelan labor web site
- Venezuelanalysis.com, 29 April 2008, Venezuela’s Labor Movement at the Crossroads
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