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

    Trade Unions Act, 2010. (قانون نقابات العمال لسنة2010) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2010-01-28 | SDN-2010-L-85968

    CHAPTER I - PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS
    1. Title of the Act
    2. Repeal and exclusion
    3. Definitions
    4. Exclusion
    CHAPTER II - OBJECTIVES OF TRADE UNIONS AND FEDERATIONS
    5. Objectives of trade union organizations
    6. legitimacy of the activity of federations and trade unions
    CHAPTER III - TRADE UNION STRUCTURE
    7. Composition of trade union structure
    8. Legal personality
    9. Trade unions at enterprise level
    10. Prohibition on membership of more than one trade union organization
    11. Affiliation with local, regional and international federations
    12. Trade union organs
    CHAPTER IV - ADMINISTRATION OF TRADE UNION ORGANIZATIONS
    13. Statutes
    14. Trade union cycle
    15. Convocation to the General Assembly
    16. Freezing of membership and activity
    17. Simultaneous membership of a trade union and an occupational federation
    18. Rejection of an application for membership
    19. Expulsion of members
    CHAPTER V - FINANCIAL PROVISIONS
    20. Accounts and audit
    21. Submission of copies of the audited accounts
    22. Submission of statements to the Public Registrar
    23. Social service and solidarity funds
    CHAPTER VI - FULL-TIME TRADE UNIONS ACTIVITY AND SAFEGUARDS FOR COMMITTEE MEMBERS
    24. Full-time trade union activity
    25. Safeguards for committee members
    26. Safeguards for the members of trade union organizations
    27. Deduction of dues
    28. Trade union leave
    CHAPTER VII - THE PUBLIC REGISTRAR AND PROCEDURES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF TRADE UNION ORGANIZATIONS
    29. The Public Registrar and his decisions
    30. Procedures for the establishment of trade union organizations
    31. Preliminary procedures for federations
    32. Establishment of the trade union or federation
    33. Cases of refusal of registration
    34. Cancellation of election procedure
    35. Dissolution of a federations, trade union, trade union body or subsidiary body and its committees
    CHAPTER VIII - GENERAL PROVISIONS
    36. Penalties
    37. Authority issuing regulations

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

    The Trade Unions Act, 1992

    Adoption: 1992 | SDN-1992-L-31293

    In 1989 all existing trade unions and associations were dissolved pending the promulgation of this Act, which adopts a new definition of "worker" that eliminates occupational distinctions, and gives each enterprise single union representation. The Minister of Justice is to issue regulations specifying the enterprises and sectors in which workers may establish trade unions. Workers who wish to form a trade union must form a preparatory committee on which all the constituents of the proposed union are represented. This committee is responsible for drawing up the constitution of the trade union. No sector or enterprise may be organised by more than one union, and the Registrar has the power to suspend the activities of any trade union committee if he considers that it is in breach of the law. The Act also provides for the formation of national trade union federations and national general professional associations, registration and dissolution of trade unions, and for transitional matters.

  3. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Resolution 77 of 1989 of the National Salvation Revolutionary Command Council.

    Adoption: 1989-09-28 | SDN-1989-R-42858

    Concerns Preparatory Committees to establish a workers' trade union after the former Workers' Trade Union Federation was dissolved in pursuance to the Second and Third Constitutional Decrees of 1989. Also enumerates the responsabilities of this Preparatory Committees and emphasizes that those persons who have been arrested for non-trade union activities shall not be allowed to participate in the Preparatory Committees.

  4. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree to abolish the Employers' Association Act 1989.

    Adoption: 1989-09-28 | Date of entry into force: 1989-09-28 | SDN-1989-R-42859

    Consequential repeal of the Employers' Association Act of 1973 according to the Third Constitutional Decree of 1988.

  5. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Constitution

    Third Constitutional Decree of 1988 to repeal the Employers' Association Act of 1989.

    Adoption: 1989-09-28 | Date of entry into force: 1989-09-28 | SDN-1989-C-49362

    Repeals the Employers' Associations' Act of 1989. Available in English.

  6. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Resolution 77 of 1989 to set up preparatory committees for trade unions.

    Adoption: 1989-09-28 | Date of entry into force: 1989-09-28 | SDN-1989-R-49363

    Provides for the setting up of preparatory committees for trade unions and determines their responsibilities and membership. Available in English.

  7. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree No. 2 of 1989.

    Adoption: 1989-06-30 | Date of entry into force: 1989-06-30 | SDN-1989-R-42861

    Dissolves all political parties and stipulates that their properties are to be confiscated by the state. Suspends the governments of regions and departments as well as several other bodies such as trade unions and non-governmental organisations. Prohibits further publication of the existing press until a new licence is issued by a competent body. Transfers so-called emergency powers, which are enumerated in this decree, to the chairman of the revolution council, applicable in conjunction with the state of emergency which has been declared throughout the Sudan. Any resistance against the provisions of this decree may be punished with imprisonment.

  8. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree to abolish the Trade Unions Law of 1987.

    Adoption: 1989 | SDN-1989-R-42857

    This Act abolishes the Trade Unions' Act 1987 pursuant to the Third Constitutional Decree of 1989. Appoints a so-called Registrar-General for Trade Unions with the status of Chief of Department in the Attorney General's Office whose main tasks consists of supervising the preparatory committees responsible for the work of Trade Unions and to prepare the formation of new committees on trade unions in accordance with new legislation.

  9. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Constitution

    Third Constitutional Decree of 1989 to repeal the Trade Unions Act of 1989.

    Adoption: 1989 | SDN-1989-C-49361

    Repeals Trade Unions Act of 1989 and all its Regulations. Available in English.

  10. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Règlement relatif aux syndicats de travailleurs.

    Adoption: 1988 | SDN-1988-R-6149

    Règlement pris en application de l'art. 8(1) de la loi de 1987 relative aux syndicats de travailleurs (SL 1987 - Soud. 1). Ce texte détermine, de manière détaillée, quels sont les secteurs d'activités dans lesquels les travailleurs peuvent constituer des syndicats, ainsi que les organisations habilitées à les représenter. Il abroge le règlement de 1972 relatif aux principes de la constitution des syndicats.

  11. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Ordonnance provisoire, du 29 décembre 1987, portant loi relative aux syndicats de travailleurs.

    Adoption: 1987-12-29 | SDN-1987-L-6148

    Cette loi (SL 1987 - Soud. 1) régit l'ensemble des questions relatives à la constitution, à l'organisation, au fonctionement et aux activités des syndicats, en particulier : les buts des organisations syndicales et le caractère légal de leurs activités (chap. 2); la structure des syndicats (chap. 3); leur administration (chap. 4); les comités syndicaux et le statut de leurs membres (chap. 5); les procédures de constitution des syndicats (chap. 6). La précédente loi de 1977 aux mêmes fins est abrogée.

  12. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Individual Labour Relations Act 1981.

    Adoption: 1981 | SDN-1981-L-11272

    Repeals the Employment of Children Ordinance 1929 (LS 1929-Sudan) and the Employers and Employed Persons. Translation in French available.

  13. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Industrial Relations Act (No. 4) of 1976

    Adoption: 1976 | SDN-1976-L-39864

    Regulates industrial relations in both the private and the public sectors.

  14. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Employers' Organizations Regulations.

    Adoption: 1973-08-02 | SDN-1973-R-49365

    Available in English.

  15. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Employers' Organizations Act (No. 134 of 1973).

    Adoption: 1973-08-02 | Date of entry into force: 1973-08-02 | SDN-1973-L-49366

    Available in English.

  16. Sudan - Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations - Law, Act

    Regulation of Trade Disputes (Amendment) Act 1969. No. 36.

    Adoption: 1969 | SDN-1969-L-17748

    Replaces s. 27 of the Trade Disputes Act 1966/2: "No. worker shall stop partially or completely or go slow and no employer shall lock-out his place of work wholly or partially unleass he acquires the approval of the Ministry of Labour.


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