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Negotiating with Kuwait for OFWs
« on: May 10, 2018, 05:34:12 PM »
REP. CIRIACO “ACOY” S. CALALANG
KABAYAN Party-list
Member, Transportation, Good Government & Public Accountability,
Public Order & Safety, Justice, and 12 other committees
Mobile: 0917 729 2437

(REAX TO IMMINENT SIGNING OF PHL-KUWAIT MOU)

I have been following closely the news reports about the Philippines’ mission sent to Kuwait to mend labor relations between the two countries. 

I thank Labor Secretary Silvestre Belo for including former Labor Secretary Marianito Roque in the talks. I appreciate the involvement the former secretary. I had suggested his participation knowing how highly respected he is in Kuwait and the rest of the Middle East during my live TV guesting in CNN Philippines’ On the Record last May 3, 2018. (https://goo.gl/HpT2su )

Good news has been coming from Kuwait. There are reports that all the remaining undocumented OFWs will be repatriated. I am assuming the OWWA is already making preparations for this to ensure that the repatriation of done smoothly and properly.

We are glad the talks about the draft MOU have proceeded well. According to news reports the signing could happen on Friday.

It is my hope that people who had no part in the talks and only wish to hog the limelight for photo opportunity purposes will stay away from the negotiations and signing ceremonies in Kuwait.

At this juncture, it would not be in the higher and best interest of OFWs and of the Philippines for Filipino politicians to go to Kuwait for the signing ceremonies.

Let us give credit to whom credit is due. The mission now there in Kuwait and the hardworking people who helped draft the MOU here in the Philippines deserve our congratulations and commendation for the time, effort, dedication, and love of country they put into the MOU and the talks. (END)

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