150 Baguio marchers rally against contractualization

/ 01:27 PM May 01, 2018

The Baguio leg of the simultaneous Labor Day rallies on May 1 was joined by teachers, jeepney drivers and health workers. Photo by EV Espiritu

BAGUIO CITY – About 150 teachers, jeepney drivers, health workers and students marched down Session Road to protest contractualization for the Baguio leg of a nationwide Labor Day rally on Tuesday.

They said President Duterte promised to improve salaries and stop all forms of job contractualization. “But he lied,” said Mike Cabangon, spokesperson of Kilusang Mayo Uno.


The rally took place just as Mr. Duterte announced that he had signed the executive order banning Endo (End of Contract work arrangements). Kimberlie Quitasol


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