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19 December 2016
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En junio de 2016, varios trabajadores de la empresa coreana textil Tecnotex se manifestaron por mejores condiciones laborales en Tipitapa, Managua. La policía detuvo a algunos trabajadores. Recientemente, los medios anunciaron que una jueza sentenció a...

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19 December 2016

Nicaragua: Workers of textile company Tecnotex on trial after protesting for improved working conditions

In June 2016, workers of South Korean textile company, Tecnotex, protested for better worker conditions. During the manifestations, the police detained some of the workers who currently are on trial. NGO and Unions have condemned these actions. 

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9 December 2016

Nicaragua dances to South Korean tune as union protest is criminalised

Author: Stephen Russell, Stronger Unions

Nicaragua’s good recent reputation on union freedom and workers’ rights has taken a massive blow as twelve workers, including young union activist  face gaol after riot police stormed their protest at an Enterprise Processing Zone (EPZ) in the country...

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2 December 2016

Nicaragua: labour conflict criminalized as protesting workers found guilty

Author: IndustriALL

…The twelve workers are awaiting sentencing, and could receive up to three years in prison. The workers were arrested in June 2016 when riot police stormed a peaceful protest outside the SAE-A Tecnotex factory in a free trade zone in Tipitapa, Managua...

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