Amnesty international, shows barely any improvement for workers in the construction of world cup stadiums in Qatar
June 14, 2020 at 13:21
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To Amnesty International’s notice, despite assurances from FIFA and the organising committee did not cause any improvement in the conditions of the workers engaged in the construction of world cup stadiums in Qatar. The human rights organization hopes that the protests surrounding the death of George’s Music will be thrilled to have to do something about it.
Amnesty international has produced a report which stated that about one hundred workers in the construction of the Al Bayt Stadium, is one of the world cup stadiums 2022, for several months no salary has been received. Amnesty international, sees it as a sign that there is, as yet, little has changed.
“Qatar will remain a country for foreign workers,” says Regina spöttl worked as test Qatar-expert with Amnesty international, on Sunday, at the Süddeutsche Zeitung. “There is a minimum wage of about $ 300 a month.”