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Romania PM Boc: Collective working contracts to be approved by special law
22.02.2011, 12:15 | HR Careers Education | 884 views



Collective working contracts will be approved by a special law, Romanian PM Emil Boc has announced. He made the announcement as he holds consultations with parliamentary groups from the governing coalition on Tuesday on the content of the future Labor code and the possibility to adopt the bill by assumption of responsibility before the Parliament.

According to the government press office, quoted by news agency Agerpres, the prime minister already held talks with Hungarian Democratic (UDMR) representatives this morning. He was due to hold talks with his Democratic Liberals (PDL) MPs in the afternoon.

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