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Oman: Striking oil company workers subject to govt. repression, threats of military force
Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (Oman), 31 May 2012
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Author: Gulf News
Some 400 Omani workers, who were dismissed for their role in a strike that threatened to cripple the sultanate’s oil industry last week, were reinstated on the intervention of the country’s elected Shura Council...the private firms agreed to take back...
Author: Arabic Network for Human Rights Information [Oman]
Nearly 4000 workers in oil companies in Fohoud oil field in the desert have been on strike since May 24. Press reports have been released about measures these companies are taking in cooperation with the Omani government and security services to...
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