SECTION 1. Enlightenment of unionists as a duty. — It shall be the duty of every legitimate labor organization to enlighten its members on their rights and obligations as unionists and as employees.
SECTION 2. Special fund for labor education and research. — Every legitimate labor organization shall, for the above purpose, maintain a special fund for labor education and research. Existing strike funds may be transformed into labor education and research funds, in whole or in part. The union may also periodically assess and collect a reasonable amount from its members for such fund.
SECTION 3. Mandatory seminars. — It shall be mandatory for every legitimate labor organization to conduct seminars and similar activities on existing labor laws, collective agreements, company rules and regulations, and other relevant matters. The union seminars and similar activities may be conducted independently or in cooperation with the Department of Labor and Employment, the Asian Labor Education Center, the Institute of Labor and Manpower Studies, and other labor-education groups.
SECTION 4. Official receipts. — All collections and expenditures of funds for labor research and education shall be duly covered by official receipts subject to account examination by the Secretary of Labor and Employment or his representative.
SECTION 5. Grounds for impeachment or expulsion. — Failure to provide adequate labor education and research services to members of a labor organization shall be a ground for the impeachment or expulsion of the officer or officers responsible therefor in accordance with the provisions of the constitution and by-laws of the labor organization concerned. Misuse or illegal disbursement of the labor education and research fund shall be a ground for impeachment or expulsion from the union and punishable under the relevant provisions of the constitution and by-laws of the union and other applicable laws.