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Wed, 06 Nov 2013 18:53 - Updated Wed, 06 Nov 2013 18:53

Labour Law draft review welcomed

Luanda - About 307 articles, of the 315 contained in the Labour Law draft proposed by the Government received consensus from the social partners of the Ministry of Public Administration, Employment and Social Security.

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Meeting between Ministry and trade unions over labour law

Photo: Joaquina Bento

The information was released by the incumbent minister António Pitra Neto.

The minister was speaking on the sidelines of the consultation meeting with trade union associations to review the final assessment of the contributions from unions to the Labor Law draft.

The minister mentioned 42 contributions received, including 34 points that will enrich the document.

He added the process required the sense of responsibility from all parties, aware that the country needs an instrument to ensure greater employability for young people and workers.

According to him, the process of consultation began in May and gathered social partners, trade unions and employers from all provinces.

This 3rd bilateral meeting held Wednesday aimed at final adjustments that enable the draft to have a final wording before it is submitted to head of the Executive, President  José Eduardo dos Santos.

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