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PNG, Samoa, Tonga prime opposition for Fiji: Ryan

first_imgRyan told PACNEWS upon their arrival at Jackson International Airport  Tuesday that Samoa is always a tough team to play against in any 7s tournament.“ I haven’t seen the team yet  so I don’t know the strength of the side  they brought over  but they will be looking to qualify for Olympics in November, so I’m sure with the new coach as well  they send for this tournament I’m sure they will be a huge threat as well .They always tough to play against.“I think PNG, Tonga and Samoa this three will make up a prime opposition this week,” Ryan told PACNEWS.He said although there were several changes in the team, he is adamant the team will deliver.“We obviously got a good squad here for this week’s competition.  Seven changes from the team that played in London gives me chance to blood in new players.“We just had two days training before we came out here. We ‘ve been under cooked  but it’s going to be a long three days I’m sure they will learn on the field and it should be a great tournament for us,” he said.Ryan said they want to maintain Fiji’s 7s team status as the number one team in World Rugby 7s series and the expectation from the public in Fiji is nothing less a win for a gold medal.“The boys had done their share and they are on a high and the support is huge at the moment where ever we go, so it’s good hopefully they will rise up to the challenge of being the best team in the world that means every game you have to defend that title in my mind and that will start with PNG.“They know, they understand   how the selection been made and they also know like I do the way   the team is selected for Fiji. There is an expectation they will do well, obviously the team I think has lost a couple of Pacific Games final to Samoa. We certainly keen to trying keep this good vibe around Fiji sevens and make sure that we can do our best and hopefully win the gold medal on Friday night,” a confident Ryan said…..PACNEWSlast_img read more

Qatar’s Exit Visa Reform by October End

first_imgQatar’s decision to reform its controversial exit visa system will come in to effect by the month end, a leading international trade union body official has said.Sharan Burrow, General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) said on Oct.8  that the abolishment of Qatar’s controversial exit visa system will be implemented by the end of this month. She said this after meeting Qatar’s Prime minister and labor minister in capital Doha, reported AFP.The rich Gulf nation had announced that it would be amending its exit visa system to allow migrant workers to leave the country without informing their owners, in the first week of September. The amendment will help immigrant workers especially from India, Nepal and Bangladesh that are employed in Qatar.“We’ve seen significant progress, first of all we have seen the end of the exit visa law and that will be now implemented by the end of October,” she said the news agency. “Everybody’s aware that this is a big shift and that it will actually take a period of time but formally it will be implemented by the end of the month.”According to a news in the Gulf Times, during the meeting between Qatari Prime-minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani and Burrow, areas of co-operation between Qatar and ITUC were reviewed. They also reviewed the efforts Qatar government is putting in developing a system that protects the rights of the workers.Last month Qatar News Agency (QNA) said that only private companies will be able to make use of the reformed exit visa system. It quoted a senior official of Ministry of Interior (MoI) as saying that government/semi government agencies or the persona sponsorships will not come under this scheme.The Emir of Qatar, which is sprucing up its infrastructure before hosting the Soccer World Cup in 2022, had signed a new law to remove certain provisions that required all migrant workers to seek permission from their employers before leaving the country. This reform was announced in September first week, but the date of enforcement was not announced then.The QNA had said then that the law will allow immigrant workers to leave the country temporarily or permanently without any exit permit within the duration of their work contract. It will be applicable to those immigrant workers that are part of the country’s Labor Code.However, the reform still has certain limitations like it allows companies to submit the names of a maximum of five percent of its employees, for whom a “no objection certificate” will be needed before leaving the country because of the nature of their work.Since Qatar has been constantly facing criticism by human right groups because of its stringent labor laws, its reform announcements are being seen as an attempt to remove the negativity associated with its name. Qatar also announced to increase the minimum wages by the end of this year. Related Itemslast_img read more

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