So you have to join one of the designated existing unions.
Maybe you can clarify this point as well. Those unions, if I'm correct, have to get permission for the right to strike or to engage the government when work practices are problematic.
Then I want to move on quickly to another question, to something that I thought was very disturbing in your testimony. I'll mention it right now, and you can follow up. I just wanted to highlight a little bit more of this.
You talked about the agents and sub-agents, and that literally people could not leave their jobs for several months. I mean, this is indentured servitude, and I'd like you to expand upon that issue. If workers literally cannot leave their place of work, that's nothing more than slave labour, at the end of the day.