Protection of Fundamental Rights Act, 1988 (Act 16 of 1988)

Issue Addressed:

The Protection of Fundamental Rights Act was enacted to protect fundamental rights including “the right not to be induced or persuaded to: stop educational functions or activities; stay away from a place of employment or refrain from performing duties; or abstain from making use of or receiving any public service.” Further, it was enacted to outlaw “boycotts and worker stay-aways.” 


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