Activists decry charges against unionists as 'tool of repression'

4 Jun 2020, 5:20 pagi

Updated a year ago


The decision to press charges against five hospital cleaners, unionists and their supporters who were arrested for a peaceful protest on Tuesday has been met with anger and shock by the Joint Action Group for Gender Equality (JAG).

"Stop the police intimidation and ditch any attempt to charge victimised frontline hospital workers mired in a long-standing industrial action against their government-linked employer, Edgenta UEMS.

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