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Labour code changes make it easier to strike, form a union

By Messenger Staff
Thursday, May 17
Two amendments to the labour code will soon come up for discussion in Parliament.

The 90-day allowed duration of strikes will be abolished, and it will now only require 50 individuals to initiate the creation of a professional trade union (previously, the minimum was 100).

In June, Georgia will participate in a large international conference of trade unions, at which reforms will be discussed.