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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report in English by Japanese news agency Kyodo
Geneva, 29 March: The International Labour Organization board adopted an interim report Wednesday [29 March] calling on Japan to grant basic labour rights to public servants.
The report, prepared by the ILO's Committee on the Freedom of Association and approved by the governing body, also urged Japan to give firefighters and prison staff the right to organize and grant public servants the right to collective bargaining and strikes.
The ILO move came in response to complaints filed by Japanese unions, such as the Japanese Trade Union …