Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Trade Union: Officials Should Stop Work if Attacked

The trade union Abvakabo wants to include in labor agreements a stipulation that municipal officials will have the right to stop working if they are attacked or confronted with violence. The trade union wants binding agreements with municipalities regarding safety in the work place. Voluntary agreements have not worked so, for instance, a year ago a central nationwide registration system was established which would register incidents against officials, but only six municipalities participated.

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