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Philippines: We will not lift the ban on servants ... can be lifted to skilled labor

Philippine Labor Minister Sylvester Bello has announced that the ban on sending Filipino workers to Kuwait "will continue until Kuwait makes formal charges against those accused of killing Filipino worker Joanna Dimafelis, who died in a flat in Kuwait after being killed and put in a refrigerator." Handing over suspects and charging them with the murder of Demafiles. " 

"The ban on sending workers to Kuwait can not be lifted, although there is a final draft agreement between Kuwait and Manila," Bello said. "A recommendation could be made to lift the ban on sending skilled Filipino workers Of non-servants ».
"It came under the direction of the President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Douterti, who stipulated that there should be an agreement to ensure that justice will be given to the servant Joanna Demafelis," the Philippine minister said. "We still have to fulfill this second condition. .

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