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[PDF] Venezuela: International Bulletin on Human Rights

Author: PROVEA (Venezuela), Published on: 30 June 2013

The Venezuelan Program of Education and Action on Human Rights, PROVEA presents its fourth international Bulletin…On the specific topic, we analyze the increasing criminalization of the right to strike by implementing legislation including anti-terrorism laws against trade unions and social movements… Although the right to strike is established in Article 97 of the Constitution, PROVEA has been warning about the progressive implementation of various laws and initiatives of the National Executive criminalizing strikes by workers in the country…[refers to Ferrominera del Orinoco (FMO)]

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Related companies: Ferrominera Orinoco