Workers Strike, World Cup Preparation Impaired

Rabu, 14 September 2011

Workers Strike, World Cup Preparation Impaired - Workers at Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil's biggest venue where the 2014 World Cup, will continue the strike which has lasted for 13 days. Strike the second time in the past month, followed by about 2,300 people. They demand health facilities, improved meal service and a more adequate security controls.

Workers' strike at Rio was widened to various places in the country, including in southern Belo Horizonte and Salvador de Bahia in the north. The attitude of the workers were making preparation for the World Cup facilities to be delayed. Whereas previous FIFA has called for the construction of such facilities do not seem slow during this time.

President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff said late last month, the World Cup facilities workmanship carried out concurrently with the country's preparations to host the 2016 Olympics. Jobs accounted for completion in 2012.

Meanwhile, the leadership of the Labour Union Nilson Duarte told AFP that "it is known to strike when" and he appealed to a consortium of construction giant Odebrecht, Andrade Gutierrez and Construcciones Delta, again held talks with them.

In a statement the consortium said there was no reason for doing this. However officials said the consortium plans providing health facilities for workers will soon be prepared and the plan will take effect on 1 September

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