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The CGATA, a cross-sectoral independent trade union confederation, once again saw its application to register the organisation rejected. The Labour Ministry rejected the application on 31 December, one day after it had been submitted, on the grounds that it failed to comply with amended Article (...)

According to the National Trade Union Confederation of Moldova (CNSM), in 2018, in the social services sector and the manufacture-of-goods sector, employers, including Î.M. Gospodăria Locativ Comunală and Joint-Venture “Housing and Utilities Services”, unilaterally changed some provisions of the (...)

On Monday 21 May 2018, Tblisi City Court banned Tblisi metro workers from the “Ertoba 2013” Union from going on strike during working hours. In its decision, the court stated that the right to strike in Georgia is fundamental but not absolute, and that a strike during working hours would paralyse (...)

The management of Croatia Airlines announced that, in case the Croatia Airlines Workers’ Union (ORCA) organised a strike action, all workers would have their approved annual leave during July and August cancelled and that pay and all the relevant contributions on salaries would be proportionally (...)

On August 24 2018, after a two-week trial, Judge Marina Fedorova of the Sovetsky District Court of Minsk, found two officials of the Belarusian Radio and Electronics Industry Workers’ Union (REP), Gennady Fedynich and Igor Komlik, guilty of tax evasion and failing to submit tax declarations (...)

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