U.S. Labor Relations Lawyers Demand Cessation of Unjust Blockade of Cuba

stop-bloqueo[1]HAVANA, Cuba, Mar 6 (acn) U.S. jurists demanded on Thursday in this capital the removal of Cuba from the list of nations sponsoring terrorism and the cessation of the unjust economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by Washington on the island for over 50 years now.

Dean Hubbard, chair of the Labor and Employment Committee of the U.S. National Lawyers Guild, expressed that these are inhumane policies against the Caribbean nation, and as for considering it a terrorist country he pointed out that “there have never been signs leading to label it as such.”

During the second day of the 9th International Meeting of Labor Relations Lawyers, under way at Havana’s Hotel Nacional until Friday, the U.S. delegation expressed its full support for the talks carried out by Cuba and the United States, aimed at establishing the basis that allow for the reestablishment of diplomatic relations, based on conditions of equality and reciprocity.

In addition, the law professionals of over 10 countries coincided in that this historic initiative invites to rethink how to make the world a safer place for workers, main objective of the meeting.

Right to employment and safe jobs without any kind of discrimination are also the center of debates.

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