Macedonia in the company of Djibouti, Botswana, Uganda, Zambia and Congo after respecting workers’ rights

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Macedonia is in the company of Kenya, Djibouti, Botswana, Uganda, Zambia, Congo and a number of other countries of the so-called third world after respect for workers ‘rights according to a report by the International Trade Union Confederation, a report that is considered the most relevant when it comes to assessing workers’ rights in countries around the world.

Macedonia is classified with a score of four, ie with a score of “systematic violation of workers’ rights”, together with third world countries. Worse than Macedonia are only the labor rights in Palestine, which has been plagued by decades of conflict, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Burundi and the Central African Republic.

Macedonia is in the company of Kenya, Djibouti, Botswana, Uganda, Zambia, Congo and a number of other countries from the so-called third world after respect for workers ‘rights according to a report by the International Trade Union Confederation, a report that is considered the most relevant when it comes to assessing workers’ rights in countries around the world.

All Balkan countries are better ranked than Macedonia, except for Serbia. Montenegro, Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovakia have better scores. But the African Togo, Mozambique, Burkina Faso are also better.

The rating that Macedonia received – 4, i.e. “Systematic violation of workers ‘rights”, indicates that in the country are workers’ rights are violated by the Government and companies close to the government. The government is involved in systematically destroying and stifling the collective voice of workers and organizing them into unions.

 

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