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27, 000 Public Sector Workers to Join Strike; Outcome of Meeting on strike Day 2- Next meeting on

Over 27,000 public sector workers to join pre tertiary teachers strike.

7 days have been given, still awaiting a press release from the various unions. TUC

In the meeting,

The Government, represented by the Ministers for Employment and Labour Relations, Finance, Education and National Security on one hand; and Organised Labour on the other, held an Emergency Meeting on Friday 8th July 2022, at the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations Conference Room on the afore-mentioned subject matter.

The parties wish to state that

Govemment has taken note of the demand by Organised Labour for 20% Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) in the light of the current economic conditions prevailing in the country.

Govermment is committed to engaging Organised Labour to find a lasting solution to same

Govenment has appealed to the Teacher Unions to call off their ongoing industrial action.

In the light of the foregoing, the Parties have resolved to reconvene on Tuesday 12th July 2022 at 2pm, to begin negotiations on the demand by Organised Labour.

Has the Strike ended,

No, Strike also continues until demands are met. In view of that

Over 27,000 public sector workers to join pre tertiary teacher’s strike. Details to be provided to the media soon. In the meeting were about 65 unions who want COLA for their Members.

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