Sudan Wins Membership of ILO as Representative of East Africa
Khartoum, June 14 (SUNA) – The Minister of Labor and Administrative Reform, Tayseer Al-Nourani, has enumerated the accomplishments of her ministry in different fields, including Sudan winning to the membership of the board of directors of the International Labor Organization (ILO) for the period 2021 until June 2024, as representative of East Africa region.
At a press conference she held Monday afternoon at SUNA news forum, Tayseer said that she presented on Monday the address of Sudan at the virtual Conference No. (109) of the International Labor Organization.
She referred to a meeting held between the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, and the ILO Director at which he gave a briefing on the developments and steps bang adopted by Sudan in the field of labor and assured Sudan commitment to the various international organizations.
She also reviewed the various stages that the Trade Unions Act went through until its approval yesterday (Sunday) in an extraordinary sitting of the Council of Ministers, stressing that all the different opinions from the active forces of the Professionals Alliance, the former unionists and all groups concerned with the trade unionist work were heard in order to come out with unanimous and real acceptance of this law, especially that the Trade Unions Act is one of the most important requirements of the transitional period.
The minister only one stage has remained for approval of the law which is the ratification of the Transitional Sovereignty Council and the Council of Ministers in a joint sitting, adding that the Trade Unions Act will be published for the public together with its explanatory note in the various media, after making some minor amendments in consultation with the Ministry of Justice.
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