Labour law is the study of a tripartite industrial relationship between worker, employer and trade union. Individual employment law refers to workplace rights, such as job security, health and safety or a minimum wage. Prominent examples of legislatures are the Houses of Parliament in London, the Congress in Washington, D.C., the Bundestag in Berlin, the Duma in Moscow, the Parlamento Italiano in Rome and the Assemblée nationale in Paris. By the principle of representative government people vote for politicians to carry out their wishes. Although countries like Israel, Greece, Sweden and China are unicameral, most countries are bicameral, meaning they have two separately appointed legislative houses. King Hammurabi is revealed the code of laws by the Mesopotamian sun god Shamash, also revered as the god of justice.
- The most familiar institutions of civil society include economic markets, profit-oriented firms, families, trade unions, hospitals, universities, schools, charities, debating clubs, non-governmental organisations,