Iraqi workers demand the development of productive sectors and the issuance of a new law for retirement and social security

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Iraqi workers demand the development of productive sectors and the issuance of a new law for retirement and social security

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In the local May 1, 2018 Comments on Iraqi workers demanding the development of productive sectors and the issuance of a new law for retirement and social security

Baghdad / SNG

The General Federation of Trade Unions of Iraq called on Tuesday for the development of productive sectors and the rehabilitation of state institutions and the protection of local production, while calling for the acceleration of the issuance of a new law for retirement and social security of workers in accordance with international labor standards.

"On this glorious working day, it is important to emphasize the importance of continuing pressure and escalating public demands to restructure the structure of the Iraqi economy and diversify the national production base by promoting and developing productive sectors in industry and agriculture," the union said in a press release on the occasion of Labor Day. Construction and services, and modernization and development of infrastructure. "
"It is necessary to rehabilitate state institutions, support the private sector of services and products, protect local production from competition through the application of customs tariff laws and consumer protection, and oblige state institutions to purchase the products of these companies," it said.

The Federation added that "our General Union joins the labor and trade union votes demanding tirelessly repeal of the Sadami Resolution No. 150 of 1987 and the unjust law 52 of 1987, and the right of organizing and activating trade unionists in all projects and production and service institutions." He called for " To retire and social security of workers in accordance with international labor standards, and the adoption of the law of rights and trade union freedoms in accordance with international labor standards after Iraq's ratification of accession to the Convention 87 of 1948. "

May 1 of each year marks the occasion of Labor Day around the world in commemoration of the 1895 massacre of the Haymarket in Chicago, when police fired at workers who had been working to reduce their working hours so that no More than eight hours a day, causing the deaths of dozens of workers.

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