Ninth Supplementary Report: Report of the Committee set up to examine the representation alleging non-observance by Spain of the Weekly Rest (Commerce and Offices) Convention, 1957 (No. 106), made under article 24 of the ILO Constitution by the Independent Judicial Forum professional association
In the light of the conclusions set out in paragraphs 27–47 of the report contained document GB.328/INS/17/9, the Governing Body:
(a) approved the report;
(b) requested the Government to ask the General Council of the Judiciary to inform the social partners about the additional measures adopted to ensure that, in practice, judges in judicial districts with only one court of first instance and preliminary investigation benefited from the weekly rest established under the Convention;
(c) requested the Government to ask the General Council of the Judiciary to assess the impact of the new system of substitutions on the right to weekly rest for judges, and to inform the social partners, in order to ensure that in practice they benefited from the equivalent of a minimum of 24 hours of rest for every seven days worked, in accordance with the Convention;
(d) invited the Government to send in its next report to the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations information related to its observations;
(e) made the report publicly available and closed the procedure initiated by the representation.