The draft law 15-97 on the right to strike, submitted to Parliament for approval, created tensions between work unions and the government. The draft law establishes the basic rules and principles of exercising the right to strike. The draft regulates who, when, and how workers can organize strikes within a new legal framework. Some unions have described the draft as “unilateral” as the government did not consult with them, in accordance with the Social Dialogue Agreement, before submitting the draft.