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2009 | 1 | 1 | 70-80
Article title

THE EVOLUTION AND SOME PROBLEMS OF WORKERS' REPRESENTATION LAW IN RUSSIA

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This article presents a brief review of historical development of workers' representation law in Russia, mainly at the workplace level. The author makes statements about imperfections of some legislative provisions concerning the representation and collective bargaining rights. In particular, the issues of discrimination of the minority unions, the weakness of consultation and information rights, as well as the right to strike are being discussed. The author gives prognosis concerning the perspectives of modification of labour legislation in this field.
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  • Nikita Lyutov, Labour and Social Security Law Department, Moscow State Law Academy, Sadovaja-Kudrinskaja str. 9, Moscow 123995, Russia
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10LTAAAA07211
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bwmeta1.element.04c53ff1-30e1-3827-b741-79e943c712cb
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