The Central American nation Nicaragua, which is topped by Honduras and sits atop of Costa Rica, has six basic labor rights.

Those labor rights include: decent working conditions; freedom of association; collective bargaining; elimination of forced labor and obligatory overtime; elimination of discrimination; and elimination of child labor, according to a report originally published by ASEPROLA.

That said, those six basic rights are routinely violated on the sugarcane fields of Nicaragua and El Salvador, where fatal but preventable disease run rampant due to…

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