- Allow workers with a fixed-term contract to seek new employment without having to first leave the country or seek permission from their initial employer only at the end of their contract. They would not be allowed to break their contract without their employer’s permission;
- Increase the penalty for employers who illegally confiscate workers’ passports;
- Force employers to pay wages electronically to ensure on time payment;
- Enforce as yet undisclosed standards for workers’ accommodation;
- Streamline rather than abolish the requirement for workers to acquire an exit visa before leaving the country. Instead of having to seek their employers consent before departure, workers would apply through an automated system operated by the interior ministry.
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