The right to strike shall be exercised within the limits set by the laws which govern it.
[Italy, Constitution of the Italian Republic, 27 December, 1947, Article 40]
The right to strike shall be exercised in conformity with the legislation that governs that right.
[France, Constitution of the French Republic, 27 October 1946, Preamble, Paragraph 7]
Sect. 82. 1. All employees shall have the right to strike.
[Côte d'Ivoire, Labour Code, 1995]
Sect. L620. 1(2). All employees shall have the right to strike under the conditions and in accordance with the procedures set out in the first section of this chapter. They may not be dismissed for engaging in strike action except for grave fault.
[Niger, Labour Code, 1996]
Section 3. (a) The employees have the right to strike in order to protect their economic and professional interests.
(b) The right to strike as a final remedy may be resorted to if no agreement and reconciliation of the labour dispute has been reached during pre-strike negotiations.
[Latvia, Act on Strikes, 23 April 1998]
Trade unions shall have the right to join together and to organise, in accordance with the provisions of the law, meetings, demonstrations and other gatherings.
In order to defend the rights of their members in accordance with the procedures authorised by law, trade unions shall have the right to call strikes...
[Lithuania, Act No. I-20108 of 21 November 1991, on Trade Unions]
In accordance with this Act, employees are permitted to go on strike for the purpose of attaining their economic and social rights in employment.
[Macedonia, Labour Relations Act, 1973, Section 79 (amended by The Labour Relations Act (No. 1020), 1997)]
Sect. 46. Strike or lockout procedures.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), where there is an unresolved dispute under section 45 either party may take action by way of a strike or lockout anytime after the dispute is deemed to be unresolved.
(2) A party may not take action by way of strike or lockout if -
(a) the procedures set out in section 44 have not been complied with [conciliation procedures]; or
(b) the dispute has been referred for determination under section 45(1) or section 45(2)(a) [concerning submission to the Industrial Relations Court of rights disputes and disputes in essential services]
(3) [requiring 7 days notice to the other party and the Principal Secretary responsible for labour]
[Malawi, Labour Relations Act, 1996]