Ukrainian Parliament adopted new Labour Code cutting rights of employees
Ukrainians gathered for a protest near the Parliament building, but the Code was adopted in the first reading
Ukrainian Parliament supported the new draft Labour Code of Ukraine the first reading.
A rally against the anti-labor decision of the Labour Code was held near the Verkhovna Rada. The initiator of the rally was the Confederation of Free Trade Unions of Ukraine. The action was attended by anarchists, including the members of the "Black Rainbow" organization. The protest brought together several hundred people.
The activist stands agains "labour camps" and new Labour Code.
Despite the protests and harsh criticism of the public, MPs voted for the draft Labour Code in the first reading, giving 258 votes "for". MPs voted for the project, which cuts a huge amount of the rights of employees and eliminates the role of trade unions.
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