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DAILY BRIEF Daily Brief: Debate on mandatory retirement rescheduled, celebrating Skopje Liberation Day, process of deinstitutionalization continues

NEWS OF THE DAY: Committee debate on mandatory retirement at the age of 64 rescheduled for November 18

The Parliamentary Committee on Labour and Social Policy at which the amendments to the Law on Labour Relations were to be considered, which are to enable mandatory retirement at the age of 64 and 15 years of work, and that have been submitted by a group of MPs, was not held today as well. The session of the Committee has been rescheduled for November 18. The Committee debate on these legal changes was initially scheduled for yesterday, and then rescheduled for today.

According to analyses made by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, about 6,000 people will reach the retirement age of 64 by the end of the year. However, as the Ministry further clarified, that does not mean that according to the proposed legal changes that all of them will retire, because some of them have already requested continuation of their employment. These changes anticipate termination of employment contracts at the age of 64 and 15 years of work service, if not differently regulated by another law.

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FLASH NEWS 

By laying flowers at the Partisan Cemetery in Butel, at the eternal resting place of General Mihajlo Apostolski, and in front of the Monument to the Liberators of Skopje, today November 13- Liberation Day of Skopje was celebrated.

President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen in today’s telephone conversation with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said that North Macedonia is a successful and positive example for the Western Balkans in regards to its realized reforms.

Ministry of Health: In the past 24 hours, in the Covid centers in the country, it has been reported that 569 positive patients and suspected cases of coronavirus are being treated. In the regional centers in Bitola and Stip, additional 133 infected patients are hospitalized, bringing the total number of patients who are positive and suspected of Covid-19, treated in Covid centers, to 702.

Minister of Justice Bojan Maricic this morning had an online meeting with EU Commissioner for Values and Transparency Vera Jourova, at which he discussed the key reforms in the area of justice.

Minister of Labour and Social Policy Jagoda Shahpaska today met with the Mayor of the Municipality of Demir Kapija, Lazar Petrov, where they spoke about the current and future plans of the municipality and the mutual cooperation.

The government at yesterday’s session reviewed and adopted the Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

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translation: N. Cvetkovska

 

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