- MITCH M. LIPA
Local labor leader Wennie Sancho said 2022 is another year of struggle to face challenges.
“In the past, the welfare and interest of the workers were pushed aside due to traditional politics. Since this is a presidential election year, and if the elected leaders want to respect the honor and dignity of a workers, then we must resolve to lighten the weight of centuries of exploitation and disdain that bend his back, but does not bow his head,” Sancho, of the General Alliance of Workers Associations, said.
He said he wishes that this 2022, the workers “will be provided with opportunities in the midst of unemployment and hope amid the uncertainties due to the economic crisis and the pandemic.”
“The workers should have a decent standard of living and not merely exist as faceless members of a motley crowd living in obscurity and poverty,” Sancho added. | MML