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200 workers out on strike again as wood factory owner failed to meet their demand

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Workers from a wood factory of Tawwin Family Comapany seen in front of the Department of Factories and General Labour Law Inspection on Pyay Road, Mayangon Township (Photo – EMG)

More than 200 Myanmar workers in Yangon went on strike as a finished wood factory of Tawwin Family Company failed to comply with their demands though an employment tribunal has ruled in favour of the workers.

The strike occurred for the second time 18 days after their first protest on November 11. The workers made a five-point demand and Yangon Employment Tribunal ruled that the company was to fulfill four out of the five-point demand.

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Workers walking to the Department of Factories and General Labour Law Inspection (Photo – EMG)

The workers demanded the employer not to send them outside workplaces, not to issue rules and regulations without their consent, to promptly make an employment contract and to issue social security membership cards within one week.

They rallied in front of the Department of Factories and General Labour Law Inspection in Insein Township and proceeded to the Mayangon Township department on Pyay Road. The crowd chanted a slogan asking authorities to tackle the issue.

While the workers were going on strike in Insein Township, Police Major Than Win, head of Township Police Force, threatened to take action in accord with the law.

The workers however responded that they were there not to stage a protest but to demand as the employer failed to follow the decision of the tribunal.

“We have asked them to disperse as they are assembling without permission. We also have warned them that they will face legal action if they are not to disperse until a warning period,” Police Major Than Win said.

Aung Khin, head of Yangon North District General Labour Law Inspection Department, said steps will be taken in coordination with authorities to meet the demands of workers. The factory owner will face legal action if he fails to follow the decision of the tribunal. Then, the crowd dispersed and proceeded to Mayangon Township department.

The workers continued assembling and went to the department though the police warned them of possible legal action if they failed to respect the laws.

The strike went on till evening, it was learnt.

CREDIT EMG NEWS

Burma : Animosity International: Staff on strike in Amnesty offices across the globe

“We ,  BDC UK, have been raising the issue of AI’s credibility. We complained about the fabricated and bias news, Press releases, Reports from AI regarding Rakhine State Conflicts and Bengali so-called Rohingyas in regard to Burma. We knew for sure they just take reports only from so-called Rohingyas organisations and totally neglect the reports of Burmese and the Rakhines.”

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Animosity International: Staff on strike in Amnesty offices across the globe

But over the years mission creep has led to some supporters being alienated. In 2007 the Catholic Church, a strong Amnesty enthusiast, withdrew its support when Amnesty added abortion to its palette of rights. In 2010 Amnesty upset many feminists when it suspended Gita Sahgal, its gender unit head, when she criticised its links with the Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg, whom she described as “Britain’s most famous supporter of the Taliban”. It was a move which Salman Rushdie described as a “moral bankruptcy” which had done incalculable damage to Amnesty’s reputation. Last year Amnesty’s support for Julian Assange angered many of its members.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/politics/animosity-international-staff-on-strike-in-amnesty-offices-across-the-globe-8317303.html

Namtu silver mine workers end strike after agreement was reached with the Win Myint Mo company (ASIA WORLD)

Workers calling for increased pay and better treatment ended their strike Friday, 8 June, after agreement was reached with the Win Myint Mo company, a subsidiary of Asia World, reported Kawli Media.

Asia World is owned by former “King of Opium” Lo Hsing Han and his son Stephen Law aka Tun Myint Naing.

 

A view of Bawdwin from the hill (Photo: The International Steam Pages)

 

The workers went on strike on 31 May after the company failed to pay for their overtime working during the April Water Throwing Festival.

The 9 point demand include:

  • Basic pay
  • 40 hour work per week
  • Repair of damaged railroad between Namtu and Bawdwin
  • Exemption from water and electricity tax
  • Freedom to set up a trade union
  • Not to discharge workers at will
  • Monthly pay for daily-wage workers plus overtime
  • Right to receive 30,000 kyat ($ 37.5) government grant beginning May
  • Appointment of a doctor at Bawdwin Hospital and treatment free of charge

Signed by 517 workers, a petition was submitted to President Thein Sein on 5 June.

Company representatives had agreed to Point 1-6 unconditionally. As for Point 7, the company said it could agree to paying the daily-wage workers K 2,100 ($ 2.6) per day. Government grants would be paid beginning June. It will also apply for a doctor from the state government but the workers are required to foot their medical bills partly.

The Namtu-Bawdwin mines, operated since the British days, still boasts more than 11 million tons of ore. It had been one of the main revenue earners for the Shan State Government before Independence. It was taken over by the Win Myint Mo 2 years earlier “somewhat reluctantly”, according to the workers, resulting in the fall in the production.

“More than 200 workers were sacked since the beginning of the year,” said a protestor. “The company now promised there will be no lay-off within the next 6-months.”

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