Cina: lavoratori torturati dai datori di lavoro

Due lavoratori edili sono morti dopo essere stati gravemente picchiati dai loro datori di lavoro, a causa delle questioni salariali nella città di Dujiangyan, nella provincia del Sichuan, provocando disordini di massa.

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Workers gather outside salary talks at a construction site in Dujiangyan, Oct. 11, 2010.Two migrant construction workers died after being severely beaten by their employers over wage issues in southwest China’s Dujiangyan city in Sichuan province, sparking mass riots.Some 1,000 policemen were deployed to keep several thousand protesters at bay following the incident on Oct. 11 evening, eyewitnesses and reports said. According to a Chinese Internet message board posting, some 3,000 people took part in the demonstrations and blocked a key road in the city. A dozen of them have been arrested for questioning as the mob smashed police cars to vent their anger. A day later, hundreds of protesters maintained their demand for justice from the police, joined by curious onlookers. The two killed were among workers who demanded unpaid wages from their local employers, resulting in a fight and the duo severely beaten. They are believed to have died at the hospital.

Fonte: Dossier Tibet, 13 ottobre 2010


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