Parliamentary committee work: labor law will pass next week, it is not political differences
Confirmed to the Labour and Social Affairs, member of the parliamentary Arafat Karam, Wednesday, that the Labor Law will be read a second reading and vote on passage in the House of Representatives hearing scheduled for next Tuesday, noting that the law is not subject to bids or political differences.
He said Karam told / information /, "The House of Representatives read the 75 articles of the labor law out of 175 and we will complete the second reading in the parliament session scheduled for next Tuesday," noting that "the law has been studied and discussed and to add amendments to it with the Arab and international and local organizations and syndicates and unions, to be the law, a maternal uncle of loopholes. "
He added that "the law is in line with international requirements and mechanisms of action and international trade unions, associations and also with the law of international conventions," adding that "the law will give a quantum leap in ensuring the rights of workers and hours of work, as well as other features of the workers."
He said a member of the Committee that "the labor law will be read a second reading and vote on passage in the House of Representatives hearing scheduled for next Tuesday," noting that "the law is not subject to bids or political differences,"
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