Fiji denounces five ILO conventions, Committee told

From left: Ministry of Employment manager Central Eastern Division Joeli Pulu, Deputy Secretary Puamau Sowane and mediator Tomasi Keni (right) making submissions before the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence at the Parliament complex in Suva on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Picture: ARIETA VAKASUKAWAQA

FIJI has so far managed to enforce 29 conventions out of the 38 ratified under the International Labour Organisation, says Employment Ministry deputy secretary Puamau Sowane. Presenting the ministry’s submissions before the Parliament Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence in Suva today, Mr Sowane said the ILO had abrogated eight of those conventions. This […]

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