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Complaint Procedure: International Labour Organization (ILO) »

Shinichi Ago
1 The complaint procedure under Articles 26–33 of the current Constitution of the International Labour Organization (ILO) (‘ILO Constitution’), referred to hereinafter as ‘Article 26 procedure’, is one of the oldest (1919) international mechanisms to supervise the application of an international (multilateral) treaty. It is also the most clearly stipulated mechanism in the ILO Constitution, compared to others, which are either briefly mentioned in Articles 24 and 25 only (Representation Procedure: International Labour Organization (ILO)), or do not appear at all...