Peruvian Unions File Complaint for Violation of Labor Rights in U.S.-Peru Trade Agreement

July 23, 2015

Imagine if, for more than a dozen years, you got a piece of paper with each paycheck saying you still had a job next week and should come back to work next Monday. Now imagine your best friend at the same garment factory, after 14 years of service, getting a piece of paper that said she should not come back on Monday. Why? Because she supported the union and therefore no longer has a job. 

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