Sudan: labor law focused on equal pay and will be implemented 90 days after its publication in the Official Gazette

[Baghdad - where] the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Mohammad Xiaa Sudan, said that the labor law focused on equality of wages, indicating that it will be implemented 90 days after its publication in the Official Gazette.
And transfer to a ministry statement, received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of it, all Sudanese to say, "The new law is a product of social dialogue and translation conscious of international labor standards and step targeted for the treatment of legal and social gaps in the old law," noting that "the law will become effective after 90 days from the date of its publication in the Official Gazette. "He added that" the new law includes all the principles endorsed by the Constitution on ensuring a decent life for workers and regulate the rights and duties of workers, and carries with it implications for social programs as well as being regulates the relationship between the worker and the employer in the private sector in terms of employment and wage and health insurance rights and professional equality state employees hours.
"He explained that" the new law focused on the principle of equal pay and the minimum age factor, "noting that" the law includes 157 legal material divided by the 18 chapters concerning the [operating, vocational training, and organization of work Foreigners in accordance with international standards and appropriate national interest, and contracts for individual and collective work and working time and breathing and the protection of working women and the protection of juveniles at work in terms of age, fitness and health and the requirements of occupational health and safety and labor issues inspection].
"He pointed Sudanese to" This law is different from the previous being Includes features consistent with international conventions and recommendations as well as the basic principles that launched them such as freedom to work and to promote productive employment and respect for freedom of association and protection of the right to organize and to eliminate all forms of forced labor and exploitation of child labor ".
He was President Fuad Masum, honest Monday, the labor law passed by the House of Representatives on 17 August Almadi.