Posted On 22 Aug 2017
Javier González-Olaechea Franco, a Peruvian official from the International Labor Organization (ILO) for the Americas, and Minister of Labor Raul Ledesma Huerta opened yesterday the informative seminar of the ILO and its impact on Ecuador´s labor policy at the Anthropological and Contemporary Art Museum (MAAC) in Guayaquil.
For the Peruvian official, the fact that the government set up dialogue tables as a mechanism not only to bring the government closer to the opposition, but also to the social players (representatives of employers, workers, and society) has been fundamental, since it is in line with the ILO principles and standards.
“They are approaching a common goal … given that Ecuador is suffering from macro economic complications. Difficulties that are the product of a complex international scenario.” (I)