ECONOMIC CONTRACTION DUE TO EXECUTIVE ORDERS THE NEED FOR IMPACT ASSESSMNET OF EXECUTIVE ORDERS

Many people, men and women who use to work for betting houses are
constantly in touch with Foroyaa to explain that no Minister, National
Assembly Member or Official of the government has approached them to
tell them about their future. They are expressing disbelief that as contributors to Social Security schemes they are left in the cold to be without a butut to take care of family needs.
They claim that those who consider betting businesses as immoral
should first establish businesses which they consider to be
appropriate and then pay them equivalent salaries before closing down
the places which provide the basis for their survival.
Furthermore, all their rights as workers to be free from unlawful
termination are meaningless. They find themselves helpless before the
might of the executive.
Foroyaa strongly recommends that the Minister responsible for
employment takes the initiative to convene a meeting of all the
workers affected by the executive ban on betting during May Day
commemoration to consider their grievances and provide an executive
solution to a problem created by executive decision.
To hold May Day sports without addressing the survival needs of
workers is to ask a hungry person to find joy in running a marathon.