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Namibian Opposition Leader: “Chinese Must Respect Us”

Tensions between Chinese companies and local labor unions have been simmering all year and now it appears the issue is escalating into a charged political attack against the government for not doing enough to protect worker rights.

“People are crying for being mistreated by the Chinese businessmen and women,” said Vinsent Kanyetu, general-secretary of the opposition All People’s Party (APP) in an interview published on Monday in the New Era newspaper.

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