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  1. Georgia - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Law No. 6538-Is of 22 June 2012 to Amend the Law of Georgia on Trade Unions. - Legislation On-line

    Adoption: 2014-06-22 | Date of entry into force: 2012-07-04 | GEO-2014-L-97805

    In para 9 of article 2 decreases the number of persons necessary to establish a trade union from 100 to 50.

  2. Georgia - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Law No. 3591 of 12 November 2010 to Amend and Supplement Several Legal Acts. - Legislation On-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2010-11-12 | GEO-2010-L-90395

    Makes amendments to a large number of different laws. Amends, inter alia, Law on Trade Union (Official Gazette N15-16, of 26 April 1997) introducing minor changes to article 2 on rights to form Trade Unions, associations of Trade Unions.

    Also amends, inter alia, the following:
    - Civil Code (N31, 24 July, 1997)
    - Road Traffic Safety Law (N22 (29), 1999)
    - Code of Civil Procedure (N47-48, 31 December 1997)
    - State Law (N198 (2898), 5 August 1998)
    - Railway Law (N4, 22 January 2003, Art. 25)
    - State Customs Law (N19-20, 30 May 1998, p. Of 37)
    - Public Health Law (N26, 11.07.2007, Art. 244)
    - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Law (N33, 10.11.2001, Art. 132)
    - The Budgetary Law (N47, 28.12.2009, Art. 361)
    - The License and Permission Fees Law (N26, 5.09.2003, Art. 195)
    - Free Industrial Zones Law (N28, 18.07.2007)
    - Ministry of Finance's Investigative Service Law (N32, 06.11.2009, Art. 191)
    - Law on the Maritime Zone of Georgia (N2 (9), 1999)
    - The Criminal Code (N41 (48), 1999)
    - State Owned Assets Law (N48, 09.08.2010)
    - Law on the Police (N9, 1993)
    - The Administrative Procedure Code (N39 (46), 1999)

  3. Georgia - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Law on Assembly and Demonstrations (No. IIc-763 of 12 June 1997). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1997-06-12 | Date of entry into force: 2009-08-18 | GEO-1997-L-84113

    Regulates relations arising from exercise of the Constitutional right to assemble publicly and without arms, both indoors and outdoors, without prior permission. Establishes the conditions and procedures to held these demonstrations. Establishes, inter alia, the obligation to notify the authorities in advance if an assembly or manifestation will be held in public thoroughfare. Restricts the right of assembly and manifestations to the personnel of, inter alia, armed forces, police.

  4. Georgia - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Trade Unions (No. 617 of 2 April 1997). - Legislation on-line in Georgian Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1997-04-02 | GEO-1997-L-58123

    Comprehensive legislation on trade unions. S. 5 makes provision for independence of trade unions, s. 7 for statutes and registration of trade unions, and s. 9 for reorganisation and liquidation of trade unions. Chapter II sets forth the basic rights of trade unions, including the right to promote employment, the right to engage in collective bargaining and to implement collective agreements, the right to participate in collective labour dispute settlement, the right to examination of information, the right to oversee labour legislation, the right to take part in labour and environment protection, the right to take part in privatisation of state property, and the right to participate in the management boards of enterprises. Chapter III provides for the guarantee of the rights of trade unions, and Chapter IV for the protection of the rights of trade unions and responsibilities of trade unions.


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