• Workers protest Indonesia's labor law in May Day rallies

    6 days ago - By Chron

    JAKARTA, Indonesia - Workers in Indonesia marked international labor day on Saturday with significantly less attended marches due to coronavirus restrictions but thousands still vented their anger at a new law they say harms their rights and welfare.
    About 50,000 workers from 3,000 companies and factories were expected to take part in traditional May Day marches in 200 cities and districts in Southeast Asia's largest economy, said Said Iqbal, the president of the Confederation of Indonesian Trade Unions.
    However, most rallies are held outside factories or company compounds with strict...
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