Guatemala’s government hands United States the report it requested on labor rights
The government of Guatemala aims to avoid a possible $15 million legal suit involving labor rights.
Francisco Villagrán, the ambassador to Washington, handed over a report that aims to nullify a demand on Cafta’s labor code.
The measures proposed by Guatemala include more protection for workers in the free-zone plants known as maquiladoras.
Original source (in Spanish): El Periódico