5.1. Collective Representation
To defend and pursue their collective rights and interests, employees may establish:
b) Workers committees and sub-committees;
c) Employees’ representatives on health and safety matters;
d) Other collective structures admitted in law, including European Works Councils.
Collective labor representation associations are independent from the state, political parties, religious institutions and any other association of another nature, and the latter are prohibited from intervention in its organization and direction as well as from providing mutual financial support.
Employees are free to join a union, without suffering any kind of discrimination.
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