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Unions Protest Reduction of Rights in Labour Relationship Act

Ljubljana, 8 September - Leaders of the seven largest Slovenian trade union confederations presented on Friday their demands regarding amendments to the labour relationships act to Labour Family and Social Affairs Minister Janez Drobnic, stating their opposition to a reduction of the scope of workers' rights.

Ljubljana.
Representatives of Slovenia's seven largest trade union confederations presenting their demands on preventing the reduction of scopes of workers' rights in the changes to the employment relationship act.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana.
Representatives of Slovenia's seven largest trade union confederations presenting their demands on preventing the reduction of scopes of workers' rights in the changes to the employment relationship act.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana.
Representatives of Slovenia's seven largest trade union confederations presenting their demands on preventing the reduction of scopes of workers' rights in the changes to the employment relationship act.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana.
Representatives of Slovenia's seven largest trade union confederations presenting their demands on preventing the reduction of scopes of workers' rights in the changes to the employment relationship act. Labour, Family and Social Affairs Minister Janez Drobnic (right) shaking hands with Dusan Semolic (left), the head of Slovenia's largest trade union confederation, ZSSS.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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