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Contracts that violate norms and laws.. Foreign oil companies honor foreign workers and humiliate Ir

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Contracts that violate norms and laws.. Foreign oil companies honor foreign workers and humiliate Ir Empty Contracts that violate norms and laws.. Foreign oil companies honor foreign workers and humiliate Ir

Post by rocky Mon 20 Sep 2021, 7:09 am

[size=52]Contracts that violate norms and laws.. Foreign oil companies honor foreign workers and humiliate Iraqis[/size]

[size=45]The people of Basra Governorate did not gain from the bounties of their land except for destruction, devastation, displacement and cancerous diseases caused by gas emissions from the oil fields surrounding their city, which are occupied by specialized foreign companies, which have tightened their grip on them, through controversial licensing rounds.[/size]
[size=45]The Iraqi worker did not obtain from the contracts of these companies anything but exploitation and discrimination; The foreign worker receives multiple times what the Iraqi worker receives from those with specialization and similar work.[/size]
[size=45]Imad Salman Mohsen, a visual worker in an oil company, says that in light of the widespread unemployment, the unemployed are forced to work without any condition or guarantee.[/size]
[size=45]Mohsen added, that the issue of wages is one of the outstanding problems between Iraqi workers and oil companies, noting that “the Iraqi technical worker receives an amount of 1,000 dollars, while the foreigner receives at least 4,000 dollars per month.” Also, the working hours differ, are The other, according to Mohsen, reaches 12 hours a day for six days a week, and the Iraqi worker does not have a legal work contract.[/size]
[size=45]The visual factor indicates that the foreign company (M.R) compels local workers to sign a personal declaration that in the event the company abandons its services, no guarantees or legal rights will result from that.[/size]
[size=45]Those unfair contracts against Iraqis give the local worker 22 days off per year, provided that he benefits from them sporadically during the year, while the foreign workers in the company are granted 30 days as a leave for every two working months, and the company bears the costs of travel fees to his country, in addition to housing and food. . When Haider Fadel Al-Aqabi, another worker, along with his fellow Iraqi workers, objected to the discrepancy in these wages, the company justified that the Iraqis had a social security, he said. Al-Uqabi says that this company deducts about 25 dollars from their wages for one meal, which is not equal to 3 dollars. It also deducts $100 as transportation fees, which do not cost $25 per month, and $200 for safety equipment supplies such as shoes, work suit, glasses, gloves and helmet. These are all, according to Haider, not worth 50 dollars. Al-Uqabi confirms that the company's work system provides all these matters free of charge to the foreign worker, in addition to disbursing a dangerous allowance. One of the workers stated that the Iraqi labor is more efficient than the foreign one, pointing out that most of the foreign experts who are brought in by these companies with very high salaries, rely on the Iraqi expertise in these companies, which receive a quarter of what the foreigner earns. ?[/size]
[size=45]Since 2015, the Amin Association for Relief and Development has been monitoring the work of licensing rounds, to determine the damage they cause to areas and citizens.[/size]
[size=45]The director of the association, Safaa Amin, says that "the oil companies have exceeded the limits of contracts with them due to the extraction operations that do not provide any conditions for safety in the surrounding areas, as well as exceeded the limits in their dealings with the Iraqi worker."[/size]
[size=45]The nearby areas in northern Basra and Zubair district are the most affected and affected by the oil extraction process, as they suffer from cancer outbreaks, and the emissions from those fields have greatly affected the reality of agriculture and animal husbandry in those areas. It also promised earlier that it would “build centers for early detection of diseases caused by these gases.”[/size]
[size=45]Abbas Kazem Rabat, head of the Iraqi Observatory for the Rights of Workers and Employees, says that “the wages agreed upon between companies and the Iraqi worker are in violation of the terms of employment, as they are different between the foreign worker and the Iraqi worker,” noting that “the foreign worker is bound by a legal contract with him. As for the Iraqi worker, most companies refuse to inform him of the contract, or in some cases that we have recorded by monitoring, they threaten the worker either by signing or dispensing with him.”[/size]
[size=45]He adds that "the worker is forced to sign the contract despite the injustice, but he is forced to do so."[/size]
[size=45]According to the human rights lawyer, Sattar al-Salihi, the contracts signed with foreign companies legally oblige Iraq not to interfere with the work and politics of these companies, “so it is difficult for us to hold them accountable for Iraqi wages and employment, and there are issues that even reached the Integrity Commission,” according to al-Salihi’s assertion, but it did not find a solution. suitable. Al-Salihi also points out that these companies violate the Iraqi work texts, recalling that “according to the approved Iraqi labor law, the daily working hours do not exceed 8 hours, and additional wages are paid two hours for each working hour after official working hours,” adding, “However, these companies exceeded the law from Through the crooked roads to implement its commercial aims and humiliate the helpless Iraqi worker.”[/size]
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