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JAKARTA, Nov 3 (Reuters): Indonesia's two largest trade unions said on Tuesday they had filed a judicial review at the country's Constitutional Court to challenge the government's new "Job Creation" law that has sparked widespread protests in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
THOUSANDS of students and workers staged rallies across Indonesia in opposition to a new law they say will cripple labour rights and harm the environment.
JAKARTA: Hundreds of Indonesian workers rallied outside the nation’s parliament against a sweeping legislation meant to make it easier for companies to hire and fire employees, undermining President Joko Widodo’s efforts to boost investment and revive an economy battered by Southeast Asia’s worst coronavirus outbreak.
JAKARTA: Indonesian labour unions threatened to step up protests and strike against a government plan to go ahead with a reform package that includes a controversial overhaul of the nation’s job law.
JAKARTA: Indonesian labour unions threatened to step up protests and strike against a government plan to press ahead with a reform package that includes a controversial overhaul of the nation’s job law.
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