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G.P Zachariades workers still unpaid and stranded in dire conditions in Bahrain

Author: Migrant Rights, Published on: 20 February 2020

52 workers from [GPZ]... have been stranded in Bahrain for over eight months while they fight for their due salaries and benefits. Their health has severely deteriorated as they struggle to survive in an abandoned labour camp...

[They] worked without pay... on government projects on the promise that they would receive their settlements... with the government still owing an undisclosed sum to GPZ,  this promise has not been met.

Workers say their embassies have not been supportive....

the government must immediately settle all workers' dues and finance their repatriation. Those responsible for this ordeal, including those who pressured workers to work without pay, must be held accountable.

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