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The united organization of construction companies regrets the Vision decision on reforms to Labor Law


Bazar Fromane, Head of the Construction Contractor of Latvia, said the President's decision to transfer amendments received to Labor Law for a second reluctant and distressed review.

He noted that this meant that more than 30,000 construction workers, currently receiving the minimum wage, will not accept the planned salary and social security increase by the termination scheduled in July 2019 by the end of the general agreement.

It was reported previously that President Raimonds Vējonis had passed the reforms adopted to the Labor Law for Saeima for a second reading. 12. The amendments adopted by members of Saeima on November 1st are considered by Vējonis as fragmented and adequately developed. They seek to promote the withdrawal of one or a few sectors of the economy from the underground economy, but the risks associated with the application of this framework are not considered fair in other sectors adequately.

"Employer and employee organizations and the Chair of Ministers have provided convincing arguments about the compliance of the draft law with the Constitution, the industry has won," said Fromane.

It states that the Latvia Building Buildings Partnership will continue to work so that the General Building Agreement would eventually end, explaining its importance to newly elected new members of Saeima. She is also convinced, by reconsidering the reforms of Labor Law, that MPs will support.

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