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Flag and emblem of SAT - Images by (left), 12 September 2017, and Eugene Ipavec (middle and right), 5 October 2010
SAT (website)is "an Andalusian union of workers, established in September 2007 (Europa Press, 23 September 2007) in Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Seville) by Diego Cañamero (b. 1956). SAT is "a working class, unitarian, autonomous, independent, sovereign and supporting with all workers, which maintains relations with other unions in Spain and in the world."
SAT was established as the merger of the Sindicato de Obreros del Campo (SOC), then chaired by Cañamero, of Autonomía Obrera (Cádiz), of Foro Sindical Andaluz, and a few other workers' organizations.
Diego Cañamero, elected representative for Unidos Podemos at the Congress in 2016, was succeeded by Óscar Reina, who explicitly called for the independence of Andalusia on 27 August 2016 (Público, 17 August 2016).
The flag of SAT as horizontally divided green-white-green with either the red letters "sat" (photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo) or the full logo of the union (photo, photo, photo, photo) in the center.
Flag of the Jaén branch of SAT - Images by Eugene Ipavec, 5 October 2010
Local branches of SAT have the town's name added beneath the logo, for instance, Lebrija (photo) and Cádiz (photo).
Ivan Sache, 12 September 2017
Flag and emblem of SOC-MR - Images by Jorge Candeias, 15 February 2007
SOC-MR, established in Antequera on 1 August 1976, was the first workers' union legalized in Andalusia after the end of the Francoist
rule. Celebrated in September 1977 in Morón de la Frontera, the first congress of SOC-MR was the first congress organized by a farmers' union
since the Civil War.
SOC-MR was a founding member of CSUT (Confederación de Sindicato Unitarios de Trabajadores) and SAT (Sindicato Andaluz de Trabajadores).
The flag of SOC-MR (photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo), is horizontally divided green-white-green (the flag of Andalusia) with the union's emblem in the middle. The name of the union hsould be written in black and not in red as shown on the images above.
Jorge Candeias, Ivan Sache & Antonio Gutiérrez, 12 September 2017