The Government cuts the quota of new Moroccan temporary women for the Huelva campaign by 30%

The central government has cut by 30% the quota of new Moroccan female workers with a contract at origin who were expected to travel from Morocco to Huelva in the 2020-2021 agricultural season to harvest berries, mainly strawberries.

According to a statement from Asaja-Huelva, these are women who, last season, were selected to work for the first time in the province but were unable to do so due to the closure of borders decreed in their country as a result of COVID-19.

The quota of workers known as 'repeaters' that Asaja-Huelva requested on behalf of its partner companies remains unchanged.

 

Source: efe.com 


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