Constitutional Law on Productive Councils of Workers
The National Constituent Assembly issued the Constitutional Law on Productive Councils of Workers (the “Law”), applicable to public, private, mixed, and communal work entities located in the national territory.
The purpose of the Law is to regulate the formation, organization, and operation of the Productive Councils of Workers, for the major participation of the working class and other expressions of the Popular Power in the management of the productive activity and distribution of goods and services at the public, private, mixed, and communal work entities, in order to assure the productive development of the Nation.
All legal and regulatory provisions conflicting with the Law were repealed.
The Constitutional Law on Productive Councils of Workers was published in Official Gazette No. 41.336 of February 6, 2018 and became effective upon publication.
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