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Samsung has been accused of violating the basic rights of employees by the prosecution of Chinese factories by human rights organizations

via:凤凰科技     time:2018/1/11 17:09:11     readed:244

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On its website, Samsung said, the company follows local laws and regulations and has set a set of strict rules of conduct.

As the world's largest maker of semiconductors, televisions, and intelligent mechanisms, Samsung says it "respects the basic human rights of all employees" and does not hire minors. It also says the company respects local laws and protects the health of its employees.

Just last year, France issued the "corporate duty vigilance law", requiring that multinationals selling products in France must respect human rights and protect the environment in the areas they operate.

"Samsung says one set, a set. According to the observation of local non-governmental organizations, Samsung did not fulfil its commitments in its factories. We asked the Justice Department to punish the false behavior, "Sherpa said in a statement.

After assessing the complaint, the prosecutor in Paris will decide whether to start a preliminary investigation or not to accept it.

[via:Asso-Sherpa]

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