President Yudhoyono, will receive union leaders.

President Yudhoyono, will receive union leaders.

Jakarta : Indonesia | Apr 29, 2013 at 1:48 AM PDT
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President Yudhoyono, will receive union leaders.

Information from the president's office a number of trade union leaders will welcome the President start at 15.30. local time. Warning ahead of the May 1 Labor Day (May Day), President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is scheduled to receive union leadership at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, on Monday afternoon. Antara News reported.

Chairman of the Confederation of All Indonesian Workers Union (KSPSI) Said Iqbal confirmed President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will receive with respect to union delegates welcomed the "May Day" for dialogue on labor issues laborers who voiced. Said Iqbal who is also Chairman of the Council of Indonesian Workers Labor (MPBI) said union leaders were received by the President consisting of members and nonmembers MPBI MPBI. Consisting of the leadership MPBI KSPSI Said Iqbal, Andi Ghani Nenawea KSPSI leadership, and KSBSI (Confederation of Indonesian Prosperity Trade Union (KSBSI) Mudhofir leader, with about four million workers or workers in Indonesia.

Said Iqbal on the agenda to be discussed at the meeting. Among others, will be submitted to President Yudhoyono, the issue of rising fuel prices decline, run health insurance for all citizens starting January 1, 2014 instead of gradual, 2019, will also convey the rejection of the low wages and the suspension of the minimum wage (including part-time teachers should earn minimum wage) , clear mechanisms outsourcing, including the outsourcing of labor in the State-Owned Enterprises. Antara News reported.


sources: Antara News. Reuters, AP News.

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