The ILO Convention covers virtually all sectors of society, be it health care, security in old age, old age, sickness, accident at work and occupational disease, maternity, disability and others, said the Deputy Minister of labour and social protection of the Russian Federation Andrey Poods.
MOSCOW, Dec 15. The government of the Russian Federation can make to the state Duma a draft law on the ratification of Convention No. 102 of the International labour organization (ILO) “concerning minimum standards Of social security” in the spring session, said Deputy Minister of labor and social protection of the Russian Federation Andrey Poods.
In November in the state Duma held parliamentary hearings on the prospects of ratification of the Convention organized by the Committee on labor, lipolytica and veterans ‘ Affairs, where they discussed the forthcoming ratification of the Convention.
Pounds Monday said at a meeting of the state Duma Committee on labor, currently the Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation taking into account the recommendations of the GPU sent to the ILO a number of documents for consideration.
“We hope that in January we this material will present. If it is complete and exhaustive, we bill… guess we can add in the spring session,” said Pounds.
This Convention was adopted in 1952 and entered into force in 1955, but still important. It covers virtually all sectors of society, be it health care, security in old age, old age, sickness, accident at work and occupational disease, maternity, disability and other, the Deputy Minister said.
Currently there is a program of cooperation between the Russian Federation and the ILO for 2013-2016, it includes the commitment of the government of the Russian Federation to consider the possibility of ratifying the Convention. Convention No. 102, ratified by 51 States, among countries with a high standard of living — Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Israel and others, and developing countries — Albania, Barbados, Macedonia, Honduras, Niger, and others.