Reform Policies

Pepe Álvarez does not close the labor reform: “The most important thing remains to be negotiated: the dismissal” – CVBJ

01/01/2022 The at 19:12 CET Rafa Bernardo What is the global balance sheet for 2021?Considering the fact that this is a pandemic year, I think the results are positive. I have a feeling he has gone beyond what is strictly managing the pandemic and there is a whole host of …

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FAIR calls for mandatory electronic verification in response to work eligibility challenges caused by COVID-19

WASHINGTON, December 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Yesterday, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) submitted public comments in response to a request for input regarding whether the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should permanently allow employers to review work authorization documents remotely, as they have done. done temporarily …

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Richard Tice Hints ‘Disgruntled’ Conservative MPs Consider Ditching Boris for Reform UK | Politics | News

Richard Tice, head of Reform UK, spoke to GB News Dan Wootton to discuss the Conservative Party’s reaction live. Mr Tice teased the GB News audience by suggesting that many Tory MPs want to quit the Tory party because they are unhappy with Boris Johnson’s leadership and the direction the …

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Calviño hopes Brussels will approve agreement for labor reform – CVBJ

12/24/2021 Act. At 10:43 am CET . The First Vice-President of the Government, Nadia Calviño, hopes that Brussels will give its approval to the agreement reached for labor reform with employers and unions as it responds to the imbalances and anomalies that have characterized the Spanish market and to the …

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Podcast: Experts speak out on land reform

The decision to amend Article 25 of the South African Constitution – allow the expropriation of land without compensation – failed. In this weekend’s Farmer’s Inside Track episode, Annelize Crosby, Land and Legal Affairs Manager at Agri SA, takes a look at the issue. The proposed amendment failed at parliamentary …

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Letter to Superintendent Arntzen: Keep up the good fight

We are writing to rebut the unauthorized “no trust” letter recently sent to you by some rogue principals. These superintendents have spoken without permission from their local school boards or the parents and students they claim to serve. We remind you and the media that Superintendents are nothing more than …

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ExplainSpeaking: Should India reverse economic reforms to reduce growing inequalities?

ExplainSpeaking-Economy is a weekly newsletter from Udit Misra, delivered to your inbox every Monday morning. Click here to subscribe Dear readers, Last week the The World Inequality Report (WIR) 2022 has been published and it created quite a stir. This is because the report asserted that: “Contemporary global inequalities are …

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Japan to ignore carbon tax in 2022 tax reform package

The ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its coalition partner, the Komeito, have decided not to include the introduction of a carbon tax in their fiscal reform program for fiscal 2022, informed sources said Thursday. Rather, a carbon tax will be mentioned as an important issue that needs to be considered, …

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Neither side is thrilled with the immigration reforms in the Build Back Better bill

WASHINGTON – Buried in the $ 1.9 trillion Build Back Better plan is $ 100 billion for immigration reform, money that critics say has nothing to do with the bill and which migration advocates say does not go far enough. The immigration provisions, which were included in the bill approved …

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DEA-HHS cannabis dispute brought to the White House office (Newsletter: December 6, 2021)

safe drug use sites in New York; Financial organizations want marijuana banks in the NDAA; The new Jamaican “good sense of ganja” campaign Subscribe to receive the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning of the week. It’s the best way to find out which cannabis stories are …

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