Production stopped in various Petroleum fields after workers began a general strike after the invitation of El Kamour coordination and the regional labour union. The strike comes in response to the ministerial council outcomes which took place to address employment and resource development file and to protest the government stalling to excite El Kmour treaty that was signed in June 16, 2017.
Speaking to the TAP, regional labour union member Adenen Yahyaoui affirmed the complete engagement of all workers in the petroleum fields and their solidarity with all the workforce in the region, which is experiencing for the second consecutive day an open general strike to demand their rights to development and employment.
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