Egypt not enrolled in blacklist of states violating labor rights due to ‘safe market’: MP - News Summed Up

Egypt not enrolled in blacklist of states violating labor rights due to ‘safe market’: MP


CAIRO – 1 June 2022: Parliamentarian Abdel Abdel Fadil said that Egypt is absent of “the black list” of countries accused of violating provisions of international labor agreements, and that is an indication of the safe labor market in the country. “Egypt is committed to implementing all international agreements signed regarding labor rights, which amount to 67 agreements,” Abdel Fadil, who is the head of the Manpower Committee in the House of Representatives, said on TV show. He pointed out that Egyptian legislation is compatible with these agreements, the most recent of which is the Labor Law, which has been discussed at the Senate, and is now pending discussion at the House of Representatives. MP Abdel Fadil explained that any shortcomings mentioned in the previous Labor Law were corrected. Besides, the minister referred to the important legislative developments that have taken place in Egypt, including the Law on Trade Union Organizations, the draft Labor Law, and many ministerial decisions that enhance Egypt’s compliance with international labor standards, such as: Resolutions Nos.


Source: Egypt Today June 01, 2022 20:28 UTC



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