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  1. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Protection of the Farmer Rights and Enhancement of their Benefits Amendment Law (Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Law No 36 of 2018). (တောင်သူလယ်သမားအခွင့်အရေးကာကွယ်ရေးနှင့် အကျိုးစီးပွားမြှင့်တင်ရေးဥပဒေကို ဒုတိယအကြိမ်ပြင်ဆင်သည့် ဥပဒေ) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-12-19 | MMR-2018-L-108184

  2. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Shops and Establishments Law (2016) (Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Law No. 18/2016). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-01-25 | MMR-2016-L-101962

    The 2015 Shops and Establishments Law repeals the 1951 Act of the same name. Its purpose is to regulate working time, wages and safeguard the safety and health of workers in shops and establishments.

  3. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Protection of the Farmer Rights and Enhancement of their Benefits Law, 2013 (32/2013). (ေတာင်သူလယ်သမား ေတာင်သူလယ်သမားအခွင့်အေရးကာကွယ်ေရးှင့် အခွင့်အေရးကာကွယ်ေရးှင့် အခွင့်အေရးကာကွယ်ေရးှင့် အခွင့်အေရးကာကွယ်ေရးှင့် အကျိးစီးပွားမြ င့်တင်ေရး အကျိးစီးပွားမြ င့်တင်ေရး အကျိးစီးပွားမြ င့်တင်ေရးဥပေဒ) - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2013-10-08 | MMR-2013-L-100521

  4. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Families of Disabled or Deceased Soldiers Supporting Act (Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Law No. 8/2012). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2012-03-31 | MMR-2012-L-93084

    Provides for invalidity and survivors benefits for soldiers.

  5. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law Amending the Political Pension Law (No. 2/2001). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2001-02-28 | MMR-2001-L-73076

    Amends section 17 (a) and (b) concerning the right to enjoy political gratuity only after completion of a total period of at least 4 years during which political responsibility was carried out.

  6. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law Amending the Political Pension Law (No. 7/2000). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2000-09-04 | MMR-2000-L-73075

    Amends section 5 (the right to enjoy monthly political pension shall be enjoyed only after attaining the age of 60) and 16 of the principal Law.

  7. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    People's Police Force Maintenance of Discipline Law (No. 4/95).

    Adoption: 1995-04-26 | MMR-1995-L-61338

    Applies to all members of People's Police Force. Comprehensive legislation on maintenance of discipline. Chapter II regulates submission of grievances by members of police force who deem themselves wronged by superior officer. Chapter III provides for administrative power of Police Director General. Chapter IV deals with arrest and custody of member of police force who is charged with offence. Chapter V makes provision for different types of offences. Chapter VI deals with summary trial if offence is not serious enough to be tried by Police Court. Chapter VII regulates powers and procedures of Police Court. Chapter VIII deals with execution of sentences, Chapter IX with procedure to be followed by Police Courts, Chapter X with confirmation and revision, and Chapter XI with appeal.

  8. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law Amending the Political Pension Law (No. 9/1994). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1994-12-29 | MMR-1994-L-73090

    Amends section 16 of the principal law concerning payments to be paid to members of family of deceased personnel.

  9. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Myanmar Mines Law (No. 8/94). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1994-09-06 | MMR-1994-L-73051

    Chapter IV - Duties of the Holder of Permit includes duties concerning the conditions of work, safety, health and welfare of workers in Mines. Chapter VIII - Duties of the Chief Inspector - contains provisions concerning the inspection of the above mentioned duties. Repeals the following Acts:
    (a) The Upper Myanmar Ruby Regulation, 1887;
    (b) The Mines Act, 1923;
    (c) The Union of Myanmar Mines and Minerals Act, 1961.

  10. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Law relating to the Nurse and Midwife (No. 19/90). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1990-10-17 | MMR-1990-L-73049

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Formation of Council
    Chapter III - Duties and Powers of the Council
    Chapter IV - Application for Registration and Payment of Registration Fees
    Chapter VI - The Duties and Rights of Nurse
    Chapter VII - The Duties and Rights of Midwife
    Chapter VIII - Suspension or Cancellation of Licence
    Chapter IX - Appeal
    Chapter X - The Powers of the Minister of the Ministry of Health
    Chapter XI - Prohibition, Offence and Penalty
    Chapter XII - Miscellaneous

  11. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Defence Services Rules, 1960 (No. 63/60).

    Adoption: 1960-06-22 | MMR-1960-R-61333

    Comprehensive legislation on military service. Divided into eight parts. Part I contains general provisions and definitions. Part II regulates enrolment and attestation; Part III dismissal and discharge. Part IV provides for restrictions on fundamental rights. Establishes inter alia that no person subject to the Act shall be a member of, or be associated in any way with, any trade or labour union, or any class of trade or labour unions. Part V regulates investigation of charges and trial by Court-Martial; Part VI procedures of Court of Inquiry. Part VII provides for dealing with property of deceased officers and other persons. Part VIII contains miscellaneous provisions.

  12. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Defence Sevices Act, 1959 (No. 43).

    Adoption: 1959 | MMR-1959-L-61334

    Comprehensive legislation on military service and armed forces. Divided into 18 parts. Part I contains preliminary provisions and definitions. Part II regulates application of the Act. Part III deals with commission, enrolment and attestation. Part IV provides for termination of service, power to modify certain fundamental rights, retirement, discharge and dismissal. Part V deals with service privileges, Part VI with offences, Part VII with punishments, and Part VIII with penal deductions. Part IX-XIV regulate procedures before court-martial. Part XV contains special provisions in relation to ships. Part XVI provides for dealing with property of deceased persons, deserters and "lunatics". Part XVII regulates appeals from court-martial. Finally Part XVIII provides for power to make rules.

  13. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Shops and Establishments Act, 1951 (No. LIX).

    Adoption: 1951 | MMR-1951-L-88685

    Contains the conditions of employment for employees working in shops and other establishments as defined in the Act.

  14. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Agricultural Labourers Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (No. XLIV).

    Adoption: 1948 | MMR-1948-L-88688

    The Act regulates the wages and conditions of employment for agricultural labourers.

  15. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Law, Act

    Police Act, 1945 (No. 6 of 1945).

    Adoption: 1945 | MMR-1945-L-61344

    Regulates various aspects of activities of police. Chapter II deals with constitution and regulation of police. Chapter III provides for powers and duties of police officers. Chapter IV sets forth special provisions concerning additional police and disturbed areas. Chapter V deals with maintenance of law and order. Chapter VI sets forth penalties for police officers. Finally, Chapter VII contains miscellaneous provisions.

  16. Myanmar - Specific categories of workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Extract from Fundamental Rules ("G" Circular No. 15 of 1940).

    Adoption: 1940-05-01 | MMR-1940-R-61343

    Regulates carrying out of departmental inquiries. Departmental inquiry is inquiry by superior authority into conduct of subordinate. Section 1 determines when departmental inquiry should be held. Section 2 regulates inquiry in case of inefficiency. Subsequent sections deal with preliminary investigation, opening step in formal inquiry, action on receipt of statement of defence, procedure at oral inquiry, findings and orders, punishments, appeals, suspension, and some related matters.


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