By  on June 20, 2013

GENEVA — A report by an International Labor Organization special committee issued Thursday faulted the government of Bangladesh for failing to ensure the rights of trade unionists, notably in the garment sector, and in export processing zones.

It also noted that numerous provisions of the Bangladesh 2006 Labor Act were not in conformity with the ILO Convention (87) on freedom of association, to which Bangladesh is a signatory.

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