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  1. Syrian Arab Republic - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law No. 21 of 2017 Law No. 5 of 2016 Public-Private Partnership Law. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2017-05-16 | Date of entry into force: 2017-05-16 | SYR-2017-L-106717

    This law re-numbers several Articles and paragraphs.

  2. Syrian Arab Republic - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law No. 5 of 2016 Public-Private Partnership Law. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2016-01-10 | Date of entry into force: 2016-01-10 | SYR-2016-L-104777

    The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) has been enacted with a view to preparing the ground for reconstruction and the rehabilitation of infrastructure in coordination with the private sector.
    PPPs can be defined as long-term contractual arrangements entered into by governmental entities and private sector parties with the aim of delivering services to the general public.
    When delivering public services under these business models, the private partner bears most of the risk and management responsibility associated with running the public facility in return for a profit.
    The PPP Law provides for the establishment of the PPP Council that makes important decisions to push PPP projects forward, which include approving PPP contracts. The PPP Council, which is chaired by the Prime Minister, supervises PPP projects and regulates agreements entered into by public and private sector partners.
    The PPP Bureau is expected to be the institutional focal point for implementing the PPP program such as by identifying potential projects and actively participating in the project procurement lifecycle.
    In terms of procurement procedures, the Tender Evaluation Committee will be tasked with evaluating bids and selecting preferred bidders.
    The Law provides for investment incentives for private sector partners to become shareholders in special purpose vehicles, which include the right of financial repatriation by foreign investors.
    The participation of the private sector along with its financial capabilities and expertise in delivering certain public services is recognized as a crucial component of the reconstruction process.

  3. Syrian Arab Republic - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law on amending Labour Law No. 17 of 2010. (Not published in the Official Gazette).

    Adoption: 2014-05-01 | SYR-2014-L-101674

    The Law amends the following Articles of the Labour Law No. 17 of 2010:
    1,5,12,14,17,25,52,54,56,61,62,63,65,67,69,70,71,90,95,103,121,136,166,172,208,224,225,226,254,256,259,261,264,267,275.

  4. Syrian Arab Republic - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Law (No. 17 of 2010).

    Adoption: 2010-04-12 | SYR-2010-L-84492

    TITLE I - DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS
    Chapter 1: Definitions
    Chapter 2: General Provisions
    TITLE II - EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES FOR THE UNEMPLOYED
    Chapter 1: General Provisions
    Chapter 2: Public Employment Agencies
    Chapter 3: Private Agencies for the Employment of Syrian Workers
    Chapter 4: Relations of Employers/Public employment Agencies
    TITLE III - EMPLOYMENT OF NON-NATIONALS
    TITLE IV - APPRENTICESHIP AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING
    Chapter 1: Apprenticeship
    Chapter 2: Vocational Training
    Chapter 3: Skill Level Assessment
    TITLE V - INDIVIDUAL LABOUR RELATIONS
    Chapter 1: Individual Employment Contracts
    Chapter 2: Employment Relation Termination
    Chapter 3: Wages
    TITLE VI - INTERNAL LABOUR REGULATIONS
    Chapter 1: Internal Regulations
    Chapter 2: Rights and Obligations of Employers
    Chapter 3: Rights and Obligations of Workers
    Chapter 4: Penalties
    TITLE VII - INDIVIDUAL LABOUR RELATIONS
    Chapter 1: Hours of Work
    Chapter 2: Employment of Juveniles
    Chapter 3: Employment of Women
    Chapter 4: Employment and Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons
    Chapter 5: Employment of Workers in Mines and Quarries
    Chapter 6: Leave
    TITLE VIII - COLLECTIVE LABOUR RELATIONS
    Chapter 1: Consultation and Cooperation
    Chapter 2: Collective Bargaining
    Chapter 3: Collective Labour Agreements
    TITLE IX - COLLECTIVE DISPUTES
    Chapter 1: Individual Labour Disputes
    Chapter 2: Collective Labour Disputes
    TITLE X - SHUTDOWN
    TITLE XI - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
    Chapter 1: National Commission for Occupational Safety and Health
    Chapter 2: Working Environment Protection
    TITLE XII - LABOUR INSPECTION AND JUDICIAL POLICE
    TITLE XIII - PENALTIES

  5. Syrian Arab Republic - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Law No. 24 amending Labour Law No. 91.

    Adoption: 2000-12-10 | SYR-2000-L-59016

    Makes several amendments to Labour Law No. 91 of 1959. Deals with advances on wages, persons employed in casual or temporary work, hours of work and period of rest, overtime work, prohibition of employment of persons under 15 years of age, and work by young workers.

  6. Syrian Arab Republic - Labour codes, general labour and employment acts - Law, Act

    Labour Code (Law No. 91).

    Adoption: 1959-04-05 | SYR-1959-L-69861

    Comprehensive labour legislation divided into seven books and fourteen chapters as follows:

    Book I. Preliminary provisions concerning, inter alia, vocational rehabilitation and placement of disabled persons, placement of unemployed workers and employment of aliens;
    Book II. Apprenticeship, vocational training and labour contracts;
    Book III. Organisation of work including hours of work, employment of young persons, employment of women, employment of workers in mines and quarries, and the fixing of wages;
    Book IV. Trade unions;
    Book V. Conciliation and arbitration in labour disputes;
    Book VI. Labour inspection and judicial police;
    Book VII. Penalties.


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