Workers around the world should not consider this case as an isolated incident that constitutes an “exception to the rule”. The NGOs, in their great majority, are private organizations, financed by states and private companies and act under the tolerance or with the blessing of monopolies at the service of private interests. In practice, they function as a state within the state, camouflaged under the name of the “social interlocutor” or the “humanitarian” and “non-profit” organization. The NGOs, in their overwhelming majority, are being taken advantage of by the bourgeois states as an excuse for exemption from the most basic services that they must provide to the workers and the poorest layers of the people. In this way, governments through the financing of an institution that promotes private interests, wash their hands and renounce state obligations in a large list of socio-economic issues and popular needs.