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

    Mines and Minerals Bill of Bhutan 2020. (འབྲུག་གི་གཏེར་ཁ་དང་ ས་གཏེར་དཔྱད་ཡིག་༢༠༢༠ ཅན་མ།) - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-01-01 | BTN-2020-L-110672

    The Act increases the public share of mining through a broad-based ownership system. Public share, which were previously set at 30 percent, have increased to 49 percent. This is in line with the ‘narrowing the gap’ policy, which aims to reduce the inequalities between citizens in Bhutan. Other changes include:

    - The Act establishes the Bhutan Mining Authority (BMA).

    - lessees are to ensure a preference in employment of the community in which they operate and be given priority to buy equity stake in the mining company. The affected community is to be compensated through benefit sharing scheme as
    prescribed by the Authority in the Community Development Agreement. The Authority is also to set up a Community Development Fund into which the lessee is to send money as required under the benefit sharing scheme.

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

    Civil Service Act of Bhutan, 2010. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2010-07-07 | Date of entry into force: 2011-05-20 | BTN-2010-L-91347

    Provides that any provision in other laws, rules and regulations pertaining to civil servants, so far as they are inconsistent with this Act, are hereby repealed.

    Chapter I - Preliminary
    Chapter II - The Royal Civil Service Commission
    Chapter III - Civil Service Values and Conduct
    Chapter IV - Duties and Rights of Civil Servants
    Chapter V - Recruitment, Selection and Appointment
    Chapter VI - Remuneration and Allowances
    Chapter VII - Career Development and Training
    Chapter VIII - Promotion, Placement and Transfer
    Chapter IX - Disciplinary Matters
    Chapter X - Separation from Service
    Chapter XI - Miscellaneous
    Chapter XII - Definition

  3. Bhutan - Specific categories of workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Bhutan Civil Service Rules and Regulations 2006 (BSCR 2006). - Regulations on-line

    Adoption: 2006 | BTN-2006-R-80223

    Regulates the recruitment, employment, wages, training, leave, benefits, performance, travel, foreign posting, transfer and superannuation of persons employed in the civil service.

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

    Jambi Act, 2003. - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2003-08-01 | BTN-2003-L-87804

    Establishes a Jambi which is comprised of the Attorney General as ex officio member; two retired Drangpons of the Supreme Court/High Court nominated by the National Judicial Commission; the President of the Jabmi Thuentshog; the Chairperson of each Disciplinary Committee; and three members elected from amongst Jabmis.
    The Jambi is to assist in ensuring the judicial system runs well and to uphold justice.


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