Kullgruvedøden i Marokko

Marokkanerne protetsterer mot dødsfallene i nedlagte kullgruver. Nok en gang får vi bekreftet at gruveindustrien har mange svin på skogen.

On December 31, residents of Jerada, in northeastern Morocco, braved the winter cold and stayed on the streets late into the night in what was the ninth day of continued rallies in demand for jobs, social development and government intervention in what the call “the mines of death,” skriver mining.com.

This time, protesters showed up dressed as miners, had their faces and hands blackened and were carrying black loaves and coffins. With such attire, they wanted to symbolize what happens at the many abandoned coal pits that exist in the mountains surrounding the town, where young people struggling to find employment go to try to extract some coal to then sell it; the problem is that many end up not finding the mineral but death instead.

Les hele saken her.

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. Fint at denne saken blir delt, men kanskje ikke det beste eksempelet på at vi “nok en gang får bekreftet at gruveindustrien har mange svin på skogen”, siden det er snakk om “abandoned coal pits” og “illegal mining”.

    Roar Sandøy,