2 edition of Malawi Legal and Judicial Reform Project found in the catalog.
Malawi Legal and Judicial Reform Project
Malawi Legal and Judicial Reform Task Force.
|Statement||[report of the Task Force].|
|Contributions||Workshop on Malawi Legal Reform (1995 : Lilongwe, Malawi)|
|LC Classifications||KSS46.8 .M35 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||96981275|
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2 Section 1 General Trends Implemen- According to the Malawi Labour Force Survey, of the million persons in the working population, percent were in the informal sector. Migrant workers are entitled to the same legal protections, wages, and working conditions as citizens if they comply with immigration laws.
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