Monday, November 4, 2013

FIJI:::Fiji reported to ILO governing body over treatment of unions

Fiji has been reported to the governing body of the International Labour Organisation over allegations of assault, harassment, intimidation, arrest and detention of trade union leaders.

The ILO's Committee on Freedom of Association has drawn the ILO's attention to Fiji as one of three serious and urgent country cases.

Fiji unions have been complaining about alleged ill-treatment at the hands of the coup installed military government for years.
The interim government invited the world body to send a mission to Fiji to investigate the claims last year, but it was expelled after only a day in the country.
This latest report by the ILO's Committee on Freedom of Association uses unusually strong diplomatic language, such as "deep concern" and strongly regretted".
Radio Australia has approached the Fiji interim government for comment, but they are yet respond.
Bruce Hill reports.
Presenter: Bruce Hill
Speaker: Felix Anthony, Fiji Trades Union Congress; Treasa Dunworth, International Law Expert at Auckland University
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