Young people with various professional specialties, were trained in their field of specialties by the Korean company operating the Karbala oil refinery, but their names were not included among the employees nominated for employment in the aforementioned refinery, which calls them to organize a protest to demand the minimum of their rights.
NIHR believes that foreign investment companies apparently did not pay attention to the regulations and instructions contained in the labor law in Iraq, and are trying to employ the largest percentage of their workers in the projects they implement, due to the lack of serious follow-up, control and accountability by the Iraqi government.
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