Bringing these two principles together… would propose that a reading of the law, minority unions, the right to strike… the representation of trade union members in complaints and disciplinary procedures would be more entrenched in ILO conventions, in accordance with the principle of freedom of association.  “ First, the principle that freedom of association is usually interpreted to give unions the right to recruit members and represent those members at least in the event of individual complaints in the workplace is important. The first is closely linked to the principle of freedom of association enshrined in Section 18 of our Constitution, which is defined in the right to education and membership in a trade union devoted to Section 23, paragraph 2, point a), and the right of trade unions to organize in Section 23, paragraph 4, point b). These rights are compromised when workers cannot have them represented in the workplace in disciplinary and complaint matters, but must be represented by a rival union to which they do not want to join… Summary: EU Competition – The right to represent members at disciplinary hearings is not a right that can be acquired through collective bargaining. It is a right-wing consonant with the right to join a trade union and freedom of association. The interpretation of a collective agreement must be compatible with constitutional rights. Any interpretation that does not infringe the rights enshrined in the Rights Bulletin must be favoured. Hero: (1) The request for review is rejected.
(2) No charge order.  Once it has been established that the LRA can then apply to the LRA, any interpretation of the provisions of the LRA is an obligation to interpret it in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic. With regard to the exercise of the right to freedom of association, section 4, paragraph 1, point b) provides that a worker has the right to join a statutory union. Section 213 defines a union that designates a workers` association whose primary purpose is to regulate the relationship between workers and employers. In accordance with Section 8, point (a) (i), a union has the right to define its own constitution and rules. Section 23 gives effect and strength to collective agreements. The LRA provides for the creation of bargaining councils. Section 28, paragraph 1, points (a) and b), gives bargaining councils the power to enter into collective agreements and (b) to enforce those agreements. Subject to the provisions of section 32 and the provisions of the bargaining council, a collective agreement entered into by collective agreement binds the parties to the collective agreement who are also parties to the collective agreement.  If it is intended to replace Section 32, it is clearly at odds with the mandatory requirements of Section 32.