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Should countries be defamed internationally for imprisoning workers that do not make enough product at their factories?

  • Of course countries should be defamed for improsining workers

    Any country that imprisons a person for not working hard enough at an already horrible job should be defamed internationally. These countries expose their workers to deplorable work conditions for little to no money. They can barely make a living. To imprison them for not producing enough is adding insult to injury. If they want more productivity, try giving incentives, not punishments.

  • Unfair practices should be exposed

    The international community has a moral imperative to call-out countries that have unfair and unjust working practices. When a country is blatantly violating human rights, for example, by imprisoning a worker that doesn't meet a quota, we need to take responsibility for helping to right that wrong. As a privileged people, living in a privileged nation, I think this is a necessity.

  • Yes, countries should be defamed internationally for imprisoning workers.

    Countries should be defamed internationally for imprisoning workers that do not make enough product at their factories. It is a clear human rights violation. Bad work ethic is not a crime, and throwing someone in jail for being a slacker is abhorrent. Just fire them - there is no need to imprison anyone for being lazy.

  • Yes, that's wrong!

    Countries should definitely be defamed internationally for imprisoning workers that do not make enough product at their factories! How can anyone think this is right? That's inhumane and morally wrong. These countries need to be defamed and even punished. This should not be allowed in the world we live in today.

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