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French prime minister Manuel Valls has used a constitutional article to force through a divisive labor reform bill in its final reading, bypassing a vote in the parliamentary lower house amid opposition from lawmakers.
France can expect to see more unrest as the government attempts to push through labour market reforms. Even after concessions to widespread resistance, most French reject the plans. Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
Campaign is set to meet with the Minster of Manpower Nahed Al-Ashry within the next week, says campaign member
Suspended journalists are set to form an “Association for Suspended Journalists” through which they could voice their demands
Libyan PM discusses political and economic cooperation with PM Hazem El-Beblawi
Clamor inside conference hall after dismissed workers chant against the chairman and constitution
Strikers’ demands include removal of the board, payment of profit share
Minister of Manpower and Immigration arrives in France to take part in the Arab-Mediterranean Policy Leaders Forum
Head of Egyptian Trade Union Federation explains their stance towards the proposed Trade Union Freedoms law
€250,000 project in Luxor to help workers attain new construction skills
Amr Youssef and Raouf Abdel Khaliq, the arrested Suez Steel Company workers, were released today from Suez’s persecution after paying EGP 500 bail.
Threatened by punishments, workers attempt to legalise their work status
President’s political consultant hopes for a ‘revolution in production’
Several political movements and syndicates march to Tahrir square
By Mohamed Fawzy Employees in the Ministry of State for Administrative Development (MSAD) organised a demonstration at the Ministry’s headquarters the day before yesterday to protest against their Ministry being overlooked in the new cabinet. Officials within the MSAD indicated that a meeting had been set between Dr Ashraf Abdel Wahab, the acting head of …
The newly appointed Khaled Al-Azhary is meeting with business and workers to resolve the ongoing industrial dispute
Madrid (AFP) – Spanish unemployment is now near one quarter of the workforce, fuelling fears the country might need a costly bailout as the IMF issued its latest report on the eurozone’s fourth biggest economy. The unemployment rate rose in the second quarter to 24.63 percent of the workforce and to a huge 53 percent …
FInal discussions are being to put an end to the labourers’ strike at Cleopatra Ceramics