CASE NO. 2254: Interim report

April 2012
Official Bulletin: Series B;2012, Vol. 95 Issue 1, p346
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the complaint registered by the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) and the Venezuelan Federation of Chambers and Association of Commerce and Production (FEDECAMARAS) against the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venuzuela. It mentions that the employers' association was excluded from decision making process. It mentions that lack of observation on alleged abduction of livestock and agricultural farmers, lead to the succession of hunger strikes by labors.


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