Unions in Ecuador demand respect and protection for workers

"May 1st, life first," read one of the posters placed on several of the vehicles involved in the motorcade that began in the northern center of Quito, traveling to the city center and ending in the south of the capital.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Representatives of Ecuador's labor unions demanded respect for workers' rights through slogans focused on their protection against the advance of Covid-19, in a vehicle motorcade in Quito to celebrate Labor Day.

"May 1st, life first," read one of the posters placed on several of the vehicles involved in the motorcade that began in the northern center of Quito, traveling to the city center and ending in the south of the capital.

The vehicle procession replaced the traditional workers' march which this year found several provinces of the country in a state of emergency and . . .

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