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We Owe a Debt of Gratitude to Our Migrant Workers

Monday, 4 July 2022

Coalition of Sovereign Migrant Workers has the data of 149 Indonesian workers suspected to have died from inhumane treatment they received at a Sabah immigration detention center in Malaysia. How is BP2MI Chief Benny Rhamdani handling this case? Did this tragedy really happen? Benny also talks about his efforts to combat illegal migrant worker placement syndicates and loan sharks.

Benny Rhamdani, Chairman of the Indonesian Migrant Workers Protection Agency (BP2MI), in Jakarta, July 2. TEMPO/ Febri Angga Palguna . tempo : 166484196151

MIGRANT workers’ plight became a hot topic amid reports that a huge number of workers had suffered abuse and death at an immigration detention center in Sabah, Malaysia. The fact-finding team of the Coalition of Sovereign Migrant Workers (KBMB) eventually got hold of the data of the 149 deceased workers. They then held protests in front of the Malaysian embassy in Jakarta.

Indonesian Migrant Worker Protection Agency (BP2MI) Chief Benny Rha

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