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14 June 2012

Labor law will be implemented on June 21

Independente, June 8, 2012 language source: Tetun - The Government of Timor-Leste will implement the labor law which has already been promulgated by the President of Republic last February. President of Confederation of Timor-Leste Union (KSTL) Jose da Conceicao da Costa said that majority of the article of the referred law guaranteed the right of the workers. The law which was approved by the National parliament last December in 2011 guaranteed the minimum salary for the labor which worth US $115/ month. “This minimum salary is rewarded to those who just begin their work and for those who do not have skills like shopkeeper, and others,” da Costa said.

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