Talk:Trade Union Act of 1949

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Merge Proposal[edit]

There is really no reason to have a separate article for Unfair_labor_practice_(Japan). It is actually making this article less useful by forcing the reader to jump back and forth between articles without much reason. It seems as if the article exists just to have an article to reference to, and in that case, it should be merged.Taurus669 (talk) 05:48, 7 February 2014 (UTC)

  • Support. It is apparent that the two articles are intended to treat a single topic. Note, for example, the bolding of Trade union law in the lead section of Unfair labor practice (Japan). As the nominator suggests, each article refers to content of the other. It's not clear why they were created (by the same user, in the same month) as separate pages. Cnilep (talk) 05:01, 21 February 2014 (UTC)
  • Don't support. While they both relate to the Trade Union Law, they are worthy of different pages. It is similar to the pages on the Constitution of Japan and Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution. They are connected but article 9 is significant in its own right. Unfair Labor Practices under article 7 of the trade union law are significant because they are a very common method used by unions in Japan to bring companies to the table, and there are countless examples of this. Ayfabtl (talk) 12:06, 30 September 2015 (UTC)