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The Government approved the draft Act Ratifying the Tripartite Consultation Convention to promote the implementation of international labour standards

The Government approved the draft Act Ratifying the Tripartite Consultation Convention to promote the implementation of international labour standards (ILO Convention 144), adopted in Geneva on 21 June 1976 and forwarded it for debate in the National Assembly.

 

By ratifying the convention, the ILO member commits itself to apply procedure ensuring effective consultation between social partner on ILO matter pursuant to paragraph 1 of Article 5 of the Convention. The nature and form of the procedures are determine din every country in accordance with the established practice and after consulting representative organisations if they exists and if the procedures had not been defined earlier. Article 5 of the Convention also stipulates concrete areas of consultation between partner, which should be held in suitable time internals but no less that once a year.

 

The Convention also stipulates that the representatives of the employers and workers are freely selected by their representative organisations, with employers and employees equally presented in the consultation bodies.

 

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