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Korean gov't to seek parliamentary approval for 3 key ILO conventions Updated: 2019-05-22 16:20:36 KST

Labor minister Lee Jae-kap says the government plans to ask parliament to approve three of four key conventions of the International Labor Organization.
His comments today came ahead of a planned revision to the country's labor law.
Lee added his ministry is aiming to submit the motion to the National Assembly in September.
South Korea joined the ILO in 1991, but has yet to ratify key conventions, including those on freedom of association and on forced labor.
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