The US doubts the fulfillment of labor rights in a plant located in Mexico

The US doubts the fulfillment of labor rights in a plant located in Mexico

The request was made by the US government within the framework of the rapid response labor mechanism in specific Mexico-United States facilities, of annex 31-A of the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada (TMEC), the SE reported in a statement.

Teksid Hierro de México is a metallurgical company of the FIAT group that is dedicated to the construction of monoblocks and heads for monoblocks for the manufacture of engines, trucks and heavy machinery.

In May of last year, at the request of the American labor union AFL-CIO, the first labor complaint was filed against Mexico under the TMEC, due to the fact that workers at the Tridonex auto parts plant were denied the right to have representation. independent union.

Also last year, the US Congress received reports of alleged violations of the right of workers at the GM plant in Silao, Guanajuato to freely elect their union leaders.

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