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NUPW wants justice for former NCC workers


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The National Union of Public Workers is taking a strong stance against the delay in judgement for former workers of the National Conservation Commission by the Employment Rights Tribunal.

Speaking to the media after meeting with the workers for more than two hours today, acting deputy general secretary Wayne Walrond is terming the action a “mockery” and a “miscarriage of justice”.

While the NUPW has not yet decided on whether it will take legal recourse, Waldrond said they will continue to seek justice for the displaced members. (YB)


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