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New complaints registered concerning France

Strasbourg 13/02/2019
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New complaints registered concerning France

Syndicat CGT YTO France v. France, Complaint No. 174/2019

The complaint was registered on 30 January 2019. It relates to Article 24 (the right to protection in case of dismissal) of the Revised European Social Charter. The union CGT YTO France alleges that the provisions of the Law of 13 July 1973 and the Order No. 2017-1387 of 22 September 2017, as inserted in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article L 1235-3 of the Labour Code, are in breach of Article 24 of the Charter both on the issue of the adequate compensation in case of unfair dismissal and on the issue of the right to reinstatement.

Syndicat CFDT de la métallurgie de la Meuse v. France, Complaint No. 175/2019

The complaint was registered on 31 January 2019. It relates to Article 24 (the right to protection in case of dismissal) of the Revised European Social Charter. The union CFDT de la métallurgie de la Meuse alleges that the provisions of the Law of 13 July 1973 and the Order No. 2017-1387 of 22 September 2017, as inserted in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article L 1235-3 of the Labour Code, are in breach of Article 24 of the Charter both on the issue of the adequate compensation in case of unfair dismissal and on the issue of the right to reinstatement.

Union Syndicale Solidaires SDIS v. France, Complaint No. 176/2019

The complaint was registered on 6 February 2019. It relates to Articles 2 (the right to just conditions of work), 3 (the right to safe and healthy working conditions), 4 (right to a fair remuneration), 11 (the right to protection of health), 24 (the right to protection in case of dismissal) and E (non-discrimination) of the Revised European Social Charter. The complainant trade union alleges that France, by failing to consider volunteer firefighters as workers in disregard of their health and safety at work, violates the aforementioned provisions of the Charter.


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