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Other, mainly Italian, 18th century economists maintained that all desired goods, the division of consumables into services is a simplification, these are not discrete categories. The National Health System will provide care and health care to all people, financed by the Social Security, including among others, the services of women care: a early care and health monitoring of pregnancy.
The duration of the break will be increased proportionally in the event of multiple births. They may reduce their normal working hours by 30 minutes instead of taking the breaks.
The worker may as well take the accumulated time reduction entitlement as full working days in accordance with the terms laid down in a collective agreement or in an individual agreement based on the former.
The father is also entitled to these breaks or to reduce his working hours by 30 minutes. Not to perform night work may be considered as one of these measures. Act No. Not to perform overtime or the reduction of daily work may be considered as one of these measures.
The employer shall determine the posts that present no risk to that effect. The worker shall be reinstalled in her job as soon as her condition allows it. In her seminal book on Bolivian miners, June Nash shows the importance of the family and the community as sites where class is also lived.
Under the right conditions it is possible for economic demands to be transformed into political demands, and radical political projects can emerge out of labour unions.
Specialisation can result in a growing monopoly of knowledge, of centralized information. Labour leaders who grow separated from the movement they represent become detached from the lived experience of class, and come to represent the objectification of the labour movement: the labour bureaucracy. The danger contained in the division between the labour leadership and rank and file lies in the separation of planning and conception from execution.
Under certain conditions this separation allows the particular interests of individual leaders to supplant the collective will of the working classes. In other words, a labour leadership that is separated from its base risks becoming a labour officialdom, advocating its own will rather than the demands of the masses. He argues that in Bolivia, the modern forms of the state, nation and society historical formations in Zavaleta's schema emerged through the crossing not replacement of national sentiment and class sentiment through the MNR and the COB Zavaleta, : The working class movement in Bolivia and its institutional expression, the COB, were therefore intimately tied to the project of nation building and the state form of the National Revolution of , regardless of the regime type civil or military.
Dominated by the miners, the most radical section of Bolivian society at the time, the COB headed struggles against the military dictatorships between and , even during periods of extreme state repression and exile of the COB's leadership. During this period the radicalism of the Bolivian working classes radiated out of the mining centres because of the structural power and the ideological formation of the miners Zavaleta, ; see also Nash, Despite numbering only 53, in — approximately 3 per cent of the total population — the miners were responsible for the production of 95 per cent of foreign exports and 45 per cent of government revenue Hylton and Thomson, : However, as Zavaleta also noted, the COB often became tangled up in the dynamics of the National Revolutionary State — which was determined to create a national bourgeoisie — through corporatist relations, which restricted its ability to pursue a revolutionary project.
The structure of the COB reflects the historical power of certain sectors, particularly the miners, during the era of the National Revolutionary state. The Executive Secretary is always a miner, and the second in command, the General Secretary, is drawn from the factory workers.
The organizational structure of the COB enables it to operate across the entire country and engage the state directly as the representative of the Bolivian working classes. Moreover, this centralized labour organization can coordinate nationwide actions — by disseminating demands and strategies through sectoral federations and the regional centrals — and mount enough pressure to have influence on the government itself.
Neoliberalism increased the size of the working classes and the urban informal economy, however, transforming the experience of class for many Bolivians who were formerly peasants.