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South Korea: Migrant workers calls for end in wage discrimination

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Migrant workers’ groups and South Korean labor unions are calling for an end to minimum wage discrimination directed at workers of foreign origin in the country.

A group representing migrant workers’ rights, and South Korean civic groups, said Thursday discussions around discriminatory practices in the nation’s minimum wage must stop.

The coalition of activists and workers said the Korea Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises, a government agency, has been in discussions to set differing minimum-wage standards for foreign-born migrant workers, according to report.

On July 30, the government agency had proposed foreign workers with less than one year of “training” be paid 80 percent of the minimum wage, 90 percent by the second year and 100 percent by the third year.

The groups attempted to deliver a letter to the Korea Federation but were blocked from entering the building.

 

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Opposition candidate accuses President macky sall of draining the country funds to debt.

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Opposition candidate bidding for presidential race has accuse the sitting president for draining the country to debt, adding that he and his brother are personally profiting and laundering money from the newly discovery of oil and gas reserves, before drilling has even begun.



The wealth that has come with the discovery of oil and gas reserves in Senegal has created other problems for the African nation.

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However, President Macky Sall, who is aiming for a second tenure has discarded the claim by stating that he is committed to tackle corruption as promised before being elected.

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Nigeria: You must not allow bloodshed – US Congressman writes Buhari

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Chris Smith, a Political Editor United State Congressman has urged Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari to ensure that the Presidential election coming up this weekend will be free and fair.



In a letter to President Buhari, he states that the outcome of the election should replicate the standard past administration ensured. and also put in the necessary measures to ensure there wont be bloodshed.

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In addition, Smith said. “Given the magnitude of global problems Secretary Pompeo must contend with, he should consider appointing a Special Envoy for Nigeria vested with full authority. “The State Department must use all tools at its disposal, including visa denial and sanctioning authority, to hold accountable those who undermine democracy and foment sectarian and ethnic violence.

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