Issues surrounding repeal of Industrial Relations Act, 2008 & insertion of Constitutional (18th Amendment) Act, 2010

July 2011
Eastern Worker;Jul2011, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p9
The article discusses a court case wherein the Karchi High Court in Pakistan proclaimed the revival of the Industrial Relations Ordinance of 1969 that later became irrelevant after the Provincial governments promulgated their own Industrial Relations Ordinances. In Industrial Relations Advisors' Association v. Federation of Pakistan, the court ruled that the legislature must take positive steps to allow the sunset legislation to continue in existence or such will cease to exist.


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