The parliamentary elections will be held in Germany on 22 September. A few days before the election, controversy over social dumping in Germany takes consistency.
The bosses of German slaughter companies justify their use of labor at very low cost by their need to remain competitive globally (especially against the US). But these practices are regularly denounced as leading to very significant abuses by employers and as a participant in the weakening of equivalent channels present in neighboring countries. A change could come from the adoption of a minimum wage for all Germany whose adoption seems compromised by the political orientations of the Liberal government.
Article published in Agrapresse