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The specific revision of the Draft Labour Law submitted to the Assembly of the Republic by the government does not reflect the position of the Confederation of Economic Associations of Mozambique (CTA).
The Chairman of the CTA, Agostinho Vuma, says that the specific revision of the Labour Law will call into question labour and social peace, contrary to the current legislation which promotes healthy coexistence between employers and workers.
Vuma was speaking in Maputo on Thursday after a hearing by the Parliamentary Commission on Constitutional Affairs and Legality of the Assembly of the Republic, and stressed that the CTA was in favour of an in-depth revision of the Labour Law, and not the specific one currently under consideration.
Edson Macuácua, the Chairman of the Parliamentary Commission on Constitutional Affairs and Legality in the Assembly of the Republic, says that parliament will look into the CTA’s concerns.Source: Rádio Moçambique