- Ban on right to strike by police challenged
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- Faculty of Law (FdR)
- Hugo Sinzheimer Instituut (HSI)
After months of negotiation between the police force and the minister of the interior on the renewal of the collective agreement, the police trade unions began threatening industrial action and strikes in December 2007. The courts were divided on the issue, with some ruling out strikes as a means of industrial action and others condoning such steps. The unions and the minister have yet to reach agreement and the police strikes continue. An investigating committee has since been established to assess how much leeway for negotiation exists between the two parties.
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