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Government urged not to cut school cleaners’ wages during lockdown

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A few days ago, Jaringan Pekerja Kontrak Kerajaan claimed that many school cleaners have had their minimum wages docked wrongfully due to the ongoing lockdown limiting the workforce capacity. But what does limiting the workforce capacity have to do with the lowering of wages?

Joining BFM to help make sense of the issue and provide long-term solutions is political activist Mohanarani Rasaiah.

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Rani Rasiah, an Aliran member based in Sungai Siput, is coordinator of the Migrant Workers Right to Redress Coalition (MWR2R), a coalition comprising PSM, Tenaganita, MTUC, Sahabat Wanita, Jerit and AOHD. She is also a central committee member and migrant desk coordinator of the Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM).
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