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No May Day Sports And No Introduction Of Social Protection For Workers

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1st of May is a day to remind the world of the maintainer of human life on this earth and the foundation of human civilization. That is work and the worker. There are many wonders in the world linked to emperors, kings and queens of the day such as the Great Wall of China in Asia

Great Pyramid Of Giza, EI Giza, Egypt , in Africa ,Stonehenge, Salisbury, England, The Colosseum of Rome, Italy, Pont Du Gard, Remoulins, Southern France, Leshan Giant Buddha, Sichuan Province, China ;

Saksaywaman, Cusco, Northern Peru; Borobudur, Central Java, Indonesia; Petra, Southern Jordan and the Taj Mahal, Uttar Pradesh, India.

In modern times, we have the skyscrapers with over a hundred floor and as high as 2000feet above the ground such as Burj Khalifa, United Arab Emirates – 2,717 Feet and Shanghai Tower China – 2,073 Feet . Others follow suit. Makkah Royal Clock Tower, Saudi Arabia – 1,972 Feet; Ping An International Finance Centre, China – 1,965 Feet Lotte World Tower, South Korea – 1,819 Feet; One World Trade Centre, United States – 1,776 feet; Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre, China – 1,739 Feet; (Tie) Tianjin CTF Finance Centre, China – 1, 739 ;(Tie) China Zun, China – 1,667 Feet ; Tapei 101, Taiwan – 1,667 feet and Shanghai World Financial Centre, China – 1,614 Feet .

These wonders of the world required the labour, hands and skills of thousands of crafts-persons , artists , painters, sculptors, blacksmiths relying on metals , sandstones, marbles and other precious materials guided by architects to create structures that are still marveling the world .

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The hundreds of thousands of labourers who made it possible are hardly credited for the product of their sweat. In commemoration of mayday Foroyaa will focus on the dockworkers who made it possible in 1961 to shake he foundation of the colonial order and urged the colonial administration to respond to the demands of the political parties and leaders .Many of them made it possible for government to earn revenue from the ports but have either died in poverty or are still living in poverty due to neglect.

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