Labour bill tears Senate apart

‘Why constitution review is delayed’ THE Senate was yesterday sharply divided over a bill seeking to amend the Labour law with a view to including a clause making it mandatory for unions to vote before embarking on industrial strike. This development came as the Senate Majority Leader disclosed that the second round of amendment to the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was being delayed because no provision was made for it in the 2011 budget.           ...
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Added March 13, 2012
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