Hungary - Parliament approves new law on status of public servants - June 24, 2010

The new parliament has approved the law on the legal status of public servants.  The parliament passed the law though the president of Hungary, László Sólyom, returned it to the legislators for reconsideration. The president did not want to sign the law because employees would be allowed to be dismissed without any justification; he added that laying off without giving the exact reasons is incompatible with EU law as well. The Confederation of Unions of Professionals (ÉSZT) emphasized that employees should protest as the new law is incompatible with EU law and ILO standards.

English: Máté Komiljovics, union correspondent

 

This article was published in the Collective Bargaining Newsletter. It aims to facilitate information exchange between trade unions and to support the work of ETUC's collective bargaining committee. For more information, please contact the editor Maarten van Klaveren, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS) M.vanKlaveren@uva.nl. You may find further information on the ETUI atwww.etui.org, and on the AIAS at www.uva-aias.net. © ETUI aisbl, Brussels 2009.


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