Indonesian ambassador proposes a moratorium on domestic workers in Malaysia


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  • Saturday, 17 Feb 2018

PETALING JAYA: Indonesian ambassador to Malaysia Rusdi Kirana has proposed a moratorium on sending its citizens to work in Malaysia following the death of yet another domestic worker who was allegedly abused by an employer here.

The Jakarta Post reported that Rusdi had suggested preventing further domestic workers from being sent to Malaysia and had also called on a restructuring of the employment process.

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