Last week we reported that the police now had 39 arrest warrants for PALEA members. This week, Romeo Sayas became the first worker to be arrested based on these warrants. This is clearly a tactic to weaken the resolve of the workers and undermine their negotiation position in the latest round of talks with Philippines Airlines.
Maintaining the protest camp is critical to keeping up the pressure on Philippine Airlines and this time of crucial negotiations. It costs $1 per day, per worker to sustain the camp. PALEA is looking for financial support to sustain the protest camp and win the dispute. Please donate now!