Court support for female soccer players sacking after pregnancy? A precedent set by the country

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 Court support for female soccer players sacking after pregnancy? A precedent set by the country


The International Professional Football Federation (FIFPro) regrets that a Venezuelan court decided that a football club in the country had the right to dismiss pregnant womens football players, the 8 daily newspaper said in May. According to the Spanish avant-garde, the Spanish professional football association has also responded to the case of FIFPro exposure. According to FIFPro, the player was named Reveris Hernandez and the club was the Flower Club of the motherland. Ray Vee Lise was dismissed from the club after her pregnancy was announced in 2017, and her team just won the crown of the Venezuelan womens Football League a year ago. Reported that Ray Vee Lise received a notice of dismissal immediately after pregnancy and was asked to return to the clubs sportswear. Ray Vee Lise filed a lawsuit, and the court finally decided that the club was legal, and Reeve could only get the club to learn about her pregnancy before she was pregnant. There is no consensus on the treatment of womens womens pregnancy at the world football world, and the decision of the Venezuelan court has created a very worrying precedent for the womens football, FIFPro said. Reported that FIFPro stressed that Venezuela has the protection of the rights and interests of women workers related laws: because of pregnancy, the termination of female employees is obviously illegal. FIFPro said that it will communicate with relevant departments and establish appropriate regulations to prevent such events from happening again, because the womens football movement is developing rapidly and its basic legal construction should also be developed synchronously. The source of this article: Reference News Editor: Su Hong _NBJ9980 Reported that Ray Vee Lise received a notice of dismissal immediately after pregnancy and was asked to return to the clubs sportswear. Ray Vee Lise filed a lawsuit, and the court finally decided that the club was legal, and Reeve could only get the club to learn about her pregnancy before she was pregnant. There is no consensus on the treatment of womens womens pregnancy at the world football world, and the decision of the Venezuelan court has created a very worrying precedent for the womens football, FIFPro said. Reported that FIFPro stressed that Venezuela has the protection of the rights and interests of women workers related laws: because of pregnancy, the termination of female employees is obviously illegal. FIFPro said that it will communicate with relevant departments and establish appropriate regulations to prevent such events from happening again, because the womens football movement is developing rapidly and its basic legal construction should also be developed synchronously.