Kazakhstan continues to implement the Road map for the implementation of the recommendations of the Committee on the application of standards and the Committee of experts on the application of conventions and recommendations of the International labour organization on the application of Convention No. 87 on freedom of association and protection of the right to organize.
This was announced today during a round table with the participation of representatives of employers of the International labor organization by the Minister of labor and social protection of the population of Republic of Kazakhstan Madina Abylkasymova. The event was also attended by representatives of state bodies and republican associations of employers.
The Minister expressed gratitude to the Bureau of employers' affairs for the consultations held since Kazakhstan's membership in the ILO and assistance in the ratification and implementation of international labor standards. She stressed the importance of bilateral cooperation in the implementation of international labour standards.
At the meeting it was noted that in connection with the completion of the five-year transition period, according to paragraph 11 of article 32 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On the National chamber of entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan", the Government of Kazakhstan withdrew from the participants and management bodies of the National chamber of entrepreneurs.
In addition, at the meeting it was noted that representatives of NCE (National Chamber of Entrepreneurs) "Atameken" approved the decision to exclude the authority of NCE to act as an authorized representative of employers in the framework of the implementation of ILO comments and approved the decision to exclude from the Labor code the authority of NCE to represent employers in the field of regulation of social and labor relations at the level of the Republic, industry and region.
Within the framework of this meeting, international experts also presented the international experience of OECD countries.
Given the importance of the issues raised, Kazakhstan will continue its work on the implementation of the Roadmap and international obligations to implement Convention No. 87.