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X.6. North American Agreement On Labour Cooperation (Excerpts)

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Chapter Summary

This chapter deals with the North American Agreement on Labour Cooperation (NAALC). Affirming full respect for each Party's constitution, and recognizing the right of each Party to establish its own domestic labour standards, and adopt or modify accordingly its labour laws and regulations, each Party shall ensure that its labour laws and regulations provide for high labour standards, consistent with high quality and productivity workplaces, and shall continue to strive to improve those standards in that light. Each Party shall ensure that persons with a legally recognized interest under its law in a particular matter have appropriate access to administrative, quasi-judicial, judicial or labour tribunals for the enforcement of the Party's labour law. The Parties hereby establish the Commission for Labour Cooperation. The Commission shall comprise a ministerial Council and a Secretariat. The Commission shall be assisted by the National Administrative Office of each Party.

Keywords: North American Agreement on Labour Cooperation (NAALC); Party's labour law



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