Malacanang accuses KMU of scaring investors away

Malacanang accuses KMU of scaring investors away

Every May 1 is a day of protest from the different Labor groups most specially to those who have aligned themselves with the communists ideology.

Malacanang has accused militant labor group Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) ad their allies of conducting “anti-government” activities that scare away foreign investors.
"The KMU criticizes the government for being anti-poor and anti-worker while blaming the government for the lack of jobs and alleged worsening labor conditions," Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said.
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"What seems to escape them is the truth that their anti-government activities could scare away foreign investors in the country resulting in job losses to the people they are fighting for and vow to protect," he added. 

Panelo said the militant groups chooses to ignore “pro-labor” initiatives of President Roa Duterte, which have signed laws which are beneficial to all workers.
"The Filipino worker is the president's most valued resource as labor is one of the engines that will propel the country’s growth and development," Atty. Panelo said. 

"The Duterte administration has been in the forefront in improving the labor conditions of our workers," he added. 

Presidential spokesperson said among the pro-labor laws signed by the president are measures strengthening occupational safety and health standards, making work from home as an alternative work arrangement, increasing female workers’ maternity leave period, and providing a handbook on the rights and responsibilities of migrant workers.

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