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Peru – General provisions – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance. Peru – General provisions – Law, Act.

Peru – General provisions – Miscellaneous circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc. Disposiciones complementarias, transitorias y derogatorias. Se establecen dos etapas: Asimismo conoce de los conflictos constitucionales de competencia y atribuciones, etc. Peru – General provisions – Constitution.

El Estado reconoce el derecho de los trabajadores a participar en las utilidades de la empresa. Si el bien excede dicho valor, se requiere documento escrito con fecha cierta. Se derogan las leyes num. Contiene disposiciones vinculadas al derecho del trabajo. Modifica y deroga numerosos textos legales relativos a las sociedades mercantiles, civiles, etc. Ley dicatada de conformidad con el art. Ley general de industria.

Deroga en particular los arts. Decreto-ley por el que se dictan nuevas normas para el funcionamiento de las empresas declaradas en quiebra.

Decreto-ley por el que se promulga la ley de empresas de propiedad social. Philippines – General provisions – Law, Act. Philippines – General provisions – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance. Philippines – General provisions – Miscellaneous circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc. An Act amending Articles 29, 94, 97, 98 and 99 of Act No. Article has been amended by taking out all reference to vagrancy in the Code, leaving all references to prostitution which remains a criminal offence.

Data Privacy Act of R. An Act to protect individual personal data in information communications systems in the Government and the private sector. The Act establishes the National Privacy Commission. An Act providing for the legitimation of children born to parents below marrying age, amending for the purpose the family code of the Philippines R. Replaces articles and of the Family Code to ensure that children born to under-age parents are recognised as being legitimate children.

An Act defining and penalizing crimes against international humanitarian law, genocide and other crimes against humanity, organizing jurisdiction, designating special courts and for related purposes.

Anti-Torture Act, R. Provides for the right to freedom from cruel, inhumane, and degrading punishment or treatment, in particular with respect to persons in custody and prisoners. Provides for the State’s policy to protection “life, liberty, and property from acts of terrorism”. The State is to uphold the basic rights and fundamental liberties of the people as found in the Constitution.

Provides for the protection of women and children against violence by defining violence and providing penalties including imprisonment and fines. It also provides for the issuing and modalities of protection orders.

Battered Woman Syndrome is recognised as a defence, in addition to self-defence as set out in the Penal Code. Ely Act also provides 27224 perpetrators are to receive counselling for anger management and if necessary are to be submitted to psychiatric treatment or confinement. Allows illegitimate children to use the surname of their father Art. Establishes that the priority for the FWP is to provide family welfare services to workers. The ten dimensions of the programme consist of the following: Implements rules and regulations of Executive Order No.

Consolidates procurement rules and procedures for all national government agencies, government-owned or- controlled corporations and government financial institutions. Requires use of government electronic procurement system. Stipulates that Philippines approach to social reform and poverty alleviation be multi-dimensional, comprising economic, socio-cultural, ecological and governance dimension.


Sets forth principles govenring NAPC. Also provides for establisment of sectoral assemblies and sectoral councils. Establishes an Executive Council on the suppression of trafficking in persons, particularly women and children. Makes provision for composition, organisation and functions of the council, data sharing, security and confidentiality of data, support agencies, implementing rules and regulations, meetings, funding, and reporting.

Amends Republic Act No. Also provides for exemption from national and local taxes, and for compensation to be paid in case of eviction 272442 persons occupying parcels of land within ECOZONES.

Authorises government officials and employees to attend on official business the national, regional and provincial seminar-workshops on management-employees partnership for effective governance. The aims of the COGEO include the improvement of provisions of employee welfare services and benefits. Provides for capital stock for the Development Bank and rules governing Bank officers. The SRA shall address issues of access to basic services education, health care, housingdistribution and management of resources, and ecological dimensions of sustainable development.

Sector-specific flagship programmes shall address the concerns of farmers, fishermen, indigenous peoples, casual workers, the urban poor, and disadvantaged groups such as women, youth, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Establishes a national Anti-Poverty Let which shall implement the above policy, and a People’s Development Trust Fund to finance micro-finance programmes.

Act providing for the repatriation of Filipino women who have lost their Philippine citizenship by leh to aliens and of natural-born Filipinos Republic Act No. Allows women who have lost their Philippine citizenship by marriage to an alien or to a Filipino who has lost his Philippine citizenship to apply for Philippine citizenship, provided that they do not espouse violence or opposition to organized government, are not convicted of crimes of moral turpitude, and are not suffering from mental illness or contagious diseases.

Special Economic Zone Act R.

Provides for the transformation of designated areas into developed commercial zones to encourage foreign investment. Lists areas which shall be declared as zones, and sets forth criteria for establishing a zone. Conditions of employment in the zones shall be governed by the Philippine Labor Code q.

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Provides for a tripartite body to be established to govern industrial relations in the zones, and for a master employment contract for ECOZONE employees. Foreign nationals may not exceed 5 per cent of the workforce. Requires the Department of Interior and Local Government, the Department of Justice, and the Department of National Defense to include human rights in their continuing education and training programmes for their personnel.

Amends the composition of the Human Rights Committee to include: This Act promotes industrialisation throughout the Philippines. It provides for the establishment of manufacturing, processing and related industries in all towns and cities by establishing a fund and mechanisms for the granting of financial assistance to such industries. Guidelines created to coordinate all livelihood programs, aimed primarily at the underemployed and unemployed, undertaken by the government in order to focus resources and streamline projects.

Encourages private sector participation and enumerates agency responsibilities for specific sectors; establishes reporting, monitoring and evaluation procedures. Provides for tax relief and other incentives and benefits for small enterprises in the rural sector in order to promote employment and growth. Philippines – General provisions – Constitution. Rules to Implement the Labor Code. Omnibus Rules Implementing the Labor Code.

In Book V, the rules are recast in regard to definitions, union registration, representation cases, internal-union disputes, elections, registration of collective bargaining agreements, voluntary arbitration, the labour-management council and picketing, strikes and lockouts.


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A strike or lockout may be declared in case of a bargaining deadlock or an unfair labour practice, as further defined 27422 V, Rule XIII, s. The Rules also govern improved offer balloting and execution of decisions, awards and orders. Act amending the Labor Code R. Fresh provision is made for the National Labor Relations Commission, which is empowered, inter alia, to review cases decided by “labor arbiters”.

The Bureau of Labor Relations is charged with registering “legitimate trade unions”, whose rights are spelled out, and 2242 a file of collective agreements. The amendments set forth procedures to follow in collective bargaining, and increase the term of agreements from three to five years.

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An employee in regular employment is not to be dismissed except for just cause or as authorised by the new provisions. Written notice of termination is henceforth required.

Finally, the Act strengthens protections for wage claims in case of bankruptcy. Sets forth the mandate, functions, powers and administrative structure of the Department of Agrarian Reform under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program. Repeals all inconsistent legislation. Sets forth minimum terms and conditions for such agreements, including the employment and training of Filipino personnel and industrial safety measures.

Institutes the new Administrative Code and repeals any inconsistent provisions. Sets forth the structure of government and the functions to be performed by various branches and departments. Labor and Employment; Title IX: The powers and functions set forth include the regulation of private sector participation in the recruitment and overseas placement of workers by setting up a licensing and registration system, protection of the rights of Filipino workers for overseas employment in regard to fair and equitable recruitment and employment practices, promotion and protection of their well-being overseas and institution of a system for ensuring the fair and speedy disposition of complaints.

Sets forth the new structure and the functions of the Authority, of which the Secretary of Labor and Employment is a member. Executive Order provides for compulsory registration by natural and legal persons owning land, in order to permit valuation of the property in case it should be acquired by the Government for purposes of agrarian reform. The registration is to include a listing of the names of all tenants and farmworkers. The Order sets forth the modes of compensation to landowners, as well as the options available to them regarding voluntary land transfers.

For lands with multiple beneficiaries, ownership of whole parcels or estates may be transferred collectively or individually, as the beneficiaries prefer. The Department of Agrarian Reform is granted quasi-judicial powers to determine and adjudicate agrarian reform matters; its decisions have immediate effect but may be appealed to the regional trial courts.

The Presidential Agrarian Reform Council, of which the Secretary of Labor and Employment is a member, is to co-ordinate implementation of the programme. The Order reiterates constitutional principles, including the right of farmers and regular farmworkers who are landless to own directly or collectively the lands they till, and respect for prior rights, homestead rights of small settlers and the rights of indigenous communities to their ancestral lands.

Persons or associations who prematurely enter the land to avail themselves of rights and benefits under the Order shall be permanently disqualified.