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May Day- International Workers' Day

Event 01 May 2021 298 0

May Day International Workers Day

May 1st - International Workers' Day:

May 1st, International Workers' Day is being observed around the world in remembrance of the labor movement that started with the slogan 'Eight hours of work, eight hours of entertainment and eight hours of rest. In 1886, World Labor Day was celebrated in Chicago, the USA with the slogan 'Eight hours of work, eight hours of recreation and eight hours of rest.

The bomber struck shortly afternoon in front of a U.S. military base. So who made the bomb to be ascertained, the police baton charge agitating run extensive repression. Seven workers were shot dead by police. There is a world history that the labor movement has finally achieved success.

In 1889, a meeting of world labor organizations and labor leaders in Paris, France, decided to celebrate World Labor Day around the world. Since then, Labor Day has been celebrated on May 1 every year since 1890. Workers around the world celebrate the day as a holiday with various programs aimed at pressuring governments and employers to ensure their rights.

Workers around the world celebrate the day as a special occasion with various programs aimed at putting pressure on governments and employers to increase their facilities in a timely manner and ensure their rights.

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