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Name: Law No. 142 of 26 of July 2016 to Amend the Law "On Labour Protection".
Country: Kyrgyzstan
Subject(s): Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services; Employment security, termination of employment
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2016-07-26
Entry into force:
ISN: KGZ-2016-L-105687
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=105687&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Legislation from CIS Countries Legislation from CIS Countries SoyuzPravoInform (DOC.NORMES) (consulted on 2017-12-09)
Abstract/Citation: Repeals the preamble of the law. Rephrases paragraph 10 of Article 1 (Main concepts used in this law), repeals paragraphs 15, 16 of the same article, also adding new paragraphs to it. Introduces new Article 1-1 (Object of regulation). Makes a minor wording change in part 1 of Article 4 (Main directions of the state policy in the sphere of labour protection). Rephrases paragraph 2 of Article 5-1 (Competencies of the Government in the sphere of labour protection). Also introduces wording changes in Article 6 (Right of a worker to the work in conditions pursuant to the requirements of labour protection), Article 7 (Guarantees for the right of a worker to work in conditions pursuant to the requirements of labour protection), Article 11 (Responsibilities of an employer to ensure safe conditions and labour protection), Article 13 (Conformity of production facilities and products with the requirements of normative legal acts in the field of technical regulation), Article 19 (Public control over labour protection), Article 20 (Responsibility of organizations for the issue and distribution of production, not in conformity with the requirements of labour protection), Article 22 (Suspension of the activity of organizations or their structural sub-divisions as result of violations of requirement of labour protection). Rephrases Article 10 (Rights of an employer to ensure labour protection), Article 21 (Liability for the violation of the requirements of labour protection).
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