The Senate and Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine Nation assembled in Congress, etc. sanction with force of Law:ARTICLE 1 Each collective bargaining unit of the working conditions shall have the proportional participation of women delegated on the basis of the number of women workers of that branch or activity. ARTICLE 2 The agreements concluded without the proportional representation of women will not be effective against women workers except when they set more beneficial conditions. ARTICLE 3 Amend article 18 of Law 23.551, which shall read as follows:
ARTICLE 18. - In order to integrate management bodies, it will require:
(a) Age majority;
(b) Do not have civil or criminal inhibitions;
(c) Being affiliated, having two (2) years of age in membership and being performed for two (2) years.
Seventy-five percent (75%) of the managerial and representative positions must be held by Argentine citizens, the incumbent of the highest rank and replacement of the incumbent must be Argentine citizens.
Women ' s representation in the elective and representative positions of trade union associations will be at least 30% (treinth percent), when the number of women reaches or exceeds that percentage on the total number of workers.
When the number of workers does not reach 30 per cent of the total number of workers, the quota to cover female participation in the lists of candidates and their representation in the elective and representative positions of the union association will be proportional to that amount.
The lists should also include women in those minimum percentages and in places that enable their choice.
No list that does not meet the requirements of this article may be formalized.ARTICLE 4 The executive branch shall regulate this law within thirty (30) days after its promulgation, ensuring that women participate in the preceding articles. ARTICLE 5° Contact the Executive.
IN THE SESSION OF THE ARGENTINE CONGRESS, IN GOOD AIRES, TO THE SEIS DIAS OF THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER OF THE YEAR.
EDUARDO O. CHANGE. . JUAN C. MAQUEDA. . Eduardo Rollano. . Juan C. Oyarzún.