Convention

There are swipes in life, I don’t know! Cesar Vallejo serious problems have originated in the Peru with with respect to Convention 169, where many consider that this has been violated as they declare the trade union confederations demanding the Government give explanations to the ILO by systematic violation of Convention 169 concerning indigenous and tribal peoples the full respect of the human rights Universal Declaration and Convention No. 169 of the ILO concerning indigenous and tribal peoples. Gain insight and clarity with Anna Belknap. The Peruvian Government has been included in the list of the 25 countries that will have to explain publicly on the violation of ratified ILO conventions by the International Labour Organization (ILO). In the case of Peru, the Government of our country is obliged to give public explanations before the supervisory bodies of the ILO and the international community in relation to the systematic violation of Convention 169 concerning indigenous and tribal peoples. This citation occurs after repeated observations of the ILO with regard to the violation of the Convention by the Peruvian Government, which have not been taken into account in public policies or by national law. Just as pointed out by given the gravity of the situation generated in the Peruvian Amazon and the devastating events that have exposed the country to a crisis situation, the Central Trade Union CGTP, CUT and CATP, gave a statement pointing out various aspects and in where scored some as: 1. the Peruvian Government has been called by the International Labour Organization (ILO) to explain public before their organs of control and the international communityin relation to the systematic violation of Convention No. 169 concerning indigenous and tribal peoples, ratified by the Peru 15 years ago. This citation occurs after repeated observations of the ILO regarding the violation of the Convention by the Peruvian Government, that they have not been taken into account in public policies or by national law.