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  • Police officers escort James Anwar Johnson (center) out of court yesterday.

    Police officers escort James Anwar Johnson (center) out of court yesterday.

 

 


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Haitian wage protests and the future of the international textile industry

On Monday June 26, 2017, Haitian garment workers marched towards the ministry of social affairs in Port-au-Prince to protest their profoundly low wages. As the workers walked, they held signs with slogans such as “long live the independent fight fo.....


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Are you satisfied with the explanation provided by Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis on how the government has spent the more than $1 billion in value-added tax (VAT) revenue it has collected?

Yes - 5.7%
No - 82.3%
Unsure - 2.4%

Total votes: 209
The voting for this poll has ended on: 05 Mar 2017 - 22:55
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