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n Lesotho Law Journal - The constitutionalisation of labour law in Lesotho

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Abstract

This paper discusses the intersection between constitutional provisions and labour law in Lesotho. It identifies and discusses the fundamental human rights and freedoms as well as the principles of state policy embodied in the Constitution of Lesotho. It goes on to discuss the impact that each one of the Chapter II and Chapter III provisions has on labour relations, thereby determining the extent to which there exists an intersection between constitutional law and labour law. It also brings to the fore the judicial interventions that have taken place in Lesotho within the context of the intersection of constitutional law and labour law.

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2014-01-01
2016-12-06
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