Spain -Trade union leaders request ILO infringement procedure -April 16, 2012

Trade union confederations UGT and CCOO have written to the International Labour Organisation requesting an infringement procedure against the Spanish government. According to the trade union leaders, the current labour reform is not only an attack on workers’ rights but also on the institution of collective bargaining. The signatories therefore claim the government has violated ILO conventions 98, 154 and 158 that the country ratified in 1978.

Spanish: http://www.fspugt.es/UGT_y_CCOO_piden_la_intervencin_de_la_OIT ...

 

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