Foreign expatriate workers constitute a large majority in the labor market in all of the Gulf and with the growing problem of Corona virus - موقع بوست سبيشال

Foreign expatriate workers constitute a large majority in the labor market in all of the Gulf and with the growing problem of Corona virus

 

 Foreign expatriate workers constitute a large majority in the labor market in all of the Gulf and with the growing problem of Corona virus:

Foreign expatriate workers constitute a large majority in the labor market in all of the Gulf and with the growing problem of Corona virus



Foreign expatriate workers constitute a large majority in the labor market in all of the Gulf and with the growing problem of Corona virus, some of them were subjected to extortion and diminution of rights, some of them were subjected to raids and deportations, and many of them stopped working, which added to the pressures of life on them and their families behind them, where workers spend time  Long in the Gulf they work and send money to their families in their country.


Foreign expatriate workers constitute a large majority in the labor market in all of the Gulf and with the growing problem of Corona virus



 The Arab Gulf states have also isolated work areas that have a large proportion of migrant workers and set up their own shelters and quarantine centers, arrested everyone who does not have official entry papers, and deported them to shelters to deport them to their countries of origin from which they came and promised them amounting to a thousand.


 As some of them are unable to return to their country due to the Corona measures, the travel suspension, or their failure to return, they were subjected to bad treatment and bad health measures, inside detention centers. The Human Rights Organization in the Gulf states also called for an end to their practices against foreign workers and the closure of the arbitrary gathering centers established by those countries  .




 Some of those countries also issued laws unfair to workers, as the United Arab Emirates issued laws that allow employers to temporarily lay off work without pay, leave without pay, or reduce salaries.


 Abu Dhabi also hinted at the abolition of agreements and treaties concluded between countries on the recruitment of labor and to impose strict restrictions if the epidemic remains with the proliferation that we are witnessing and on certain conditions for resignation from East Asian countries.


 The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has taken some measures, such as arresting 2,000 people and sending them to deportation centers in preparation for transferring them to their countries. The numbers are likely to rise to 3000 thousand people.


The Guardian newspaper also published a report by the famous journalist Martin stating that health in Arab countries does not provide care for migrant workers and that they have been subjected to negligence in care and bear a great burden in facing Corona.


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