Mexico City Archdiocese calls for reform of labor unions

MEXICO CITY -- The Mexico City Archdiocese called on the country's Congress to approve an overhaul of labor laws that would require unions to open their books and elect leaders through secret ballot votes. "The Church is conscious of the importance and necessity of unions in the present-day life of the country," the archdiocese said in an editorial published in its newspaper, Desde la Fe. "We don't see why union leaders so sharply oppose (the reforms) instead of joining in and proposing initiatives that achieve the necessary equilibrium."

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