‘Murdering trade unionists OK with TTIP, TPP trade treaties’

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This video says about itself:

Colombia, the world’s most dangerous country for trade unions

24 January 2012

In Colombia, 26 trade unionists have lost their lives in 2011 in the discharge of their duties, according to human rights organisations’ informations. This country is ranking first worldwide in violence against trade unionists. One of the most recent cases occured in Putumayo where a worker and his wife have been killed after participating in a debate on low salaries in presence of oil companies‘ members. The impunity makes the situation even worse.

From News Line daily in Britain:

Monday, 27 April 2015

Murdering trade unionists does not violate labour standards’

A MAJOR row has broken out in the US over statements made last week by the United States Trade Representative (USTR), who claimed that murdering trade unionists did not violate labour standards in trade agreements. The USTR also…

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