Quito, Nov 15 (EFE) .- The president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, reported today that he will seek advice from the International Labor Organization (ILO) for the preparation of a new Code of Labor, which will be fed by citizen contributions.
This was stated in a speech during a commemorative event for the massacre of workers on November 15, 1922 by effective order, which gave way to the emergence of the proletariat and unionism as political and social actors in the country.
In the public appearance, the ruler commented that will create legal tools that allow employers to regularize employment contracts, but clarified that they will not allow "any backward movement in labor rights. labor precarization, "he stressed.
The head of state recalled that work will be done jointly with the public to feed a new Comprehensive Labor Code.
" Once Once the citizen proposals have been collected, we will request the assistance of the International Labor Organization to ensure that the new code complies with all international treaties in force. labor matters, "he said.
He also assured that there will be no government intervention on the union organization in his country and insisted that his administration will always be in against "any attempt at precarization of labor relations."
The governor, who took office on May 24, said today is "an era in which repression is not has room "and noted that is crossed by" time for dialogues, agreements. "
" It is a dialogue now between friends, between brothers who are. He stressed that he wants workers in Ecuador to enjoy more rights, "but we also want his commitment to work shoulder to shoulder with the State," he said.
In his speech, Moreno commented that they know "without a doubt" that the lack of employment is the main concern of Ecuadorians and for this reason he reiterated his promise to follow policies and strategies to create more employment.
"We can not eradicate unemployment from one day to the next, but we can improve the quality of life of thousands of families," he added, recalling that 82 million of dollars to create and strengthen almost 20,000 youth enterprises.
For the ruler, in the minds of young people "there is intelligence, enthusiasm, hopes, vision to transform the country. "