Labor Digests on Countries in Africa

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966 - Labor - 200 pages
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Page xxiii - International Federation of Building and Woodworkers International Federation of Commercial, Clerical and Technical Employees Universal Alliance of Diamond Workers European Union of Film and Television Technicians International Union of Food, Drink, and Tobacco Workers...
Page 9 - Council of three members appointed by the Governor from the elected members of the Legislative Council. The main political party is the Labour Party.
Page 62 - Seychelles and its dependencies are administered by a Governor , an Executive Council, and a Legislative Council. The Executive Council, headed by the Governor as president, consists of four ex-officio members and four other members.
Page 55 - Today, thqse activities are carried on by three general organizations — the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), the International Federation of Christian Trade Unions (IFCTU), and the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) — and by a number of International Trade Secretariats affiliated with one or another of the general organizations.
Page 129 - Constitution of 1964 , the President is Chief of State and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces. He establishes state policy , controls its implementation, appoints the Cabinet, and may dissolve the National Assembly. The Arab Socialist Union is the sole political movement. Economic . Agriculture occupied 56.7 percent of the labor force in 1960.
Page lxviii - We have also given another special review to the need for additional funds budgeted for the Bureau of International Labor Affairs and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Page lii - National Assembly on 2nd March. Mr. Youlou, the only candidate, was supported by all the main political parties. The new constitution provides for a presidential system of government with a clear separation of the executive power (held by the President) from the legislative power (vested in the Assembly). The President is elected by direct universal suffrage for a 5-year term, with eligibility for re-election; he appoints a Vice-President and Cabinet and has the right to submit individual policy...
Page 72 - Act, l96l, provides for a parliamentary form of government. The President, theformal Chief of State, is elected for a 7-year term by an electoral college composed of members of Parliament- -the House of Assembly, with l70 members, and the Senate, with 54 members.
Page 99 - An agreement to unify the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) and the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU...

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