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GCC Labour Ministers praise UAE leaders' policy on labour rights

posted on 15/11/2006: 647 views

GCC labour ministers paid tribute to President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and H.H Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, for issuing recent resolutions regarding protection of human rights and regulation of the local labour market as part of the UAE effort to improve living conditions for both nationals and residents.

The ministers affirmed that the anti-human trafficking law issued by Sheikh Khalifa on Friday showed the care lent by the UAE government to efforts seeking to guarantee decent life for nationals and residents alike. The ministers made their remarks during their 23rd meeting which opened here today by UAE Labour Minister Dr. Ali bin Abdullah Al Ka'abi.

The ministers added that the law is another valuable addition to the UAE shinning record of achievements. The legislation, they indicated, would give a big boost to the UAE's pursue to establish itself as a leading patron of human and labour rights. The Minister also paid special appreciation to Sheikh Mohammed for giving instructions on protection of labourer's rights. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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