Trade Union Congress not happy after three years of ABLP

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The General Secretary of the Public Service Union Sandra Williams says after three years in office the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party still has a lot to do for labour relations.
She was speaking to OBSERVER media today as the party approaches its anniversary of three years in office.
Williams says the association’s biggest gripe is that there has been no movement in repealing states that silence public servants.

Nevertheless, Williams admitted that there had been some progress with the Gaston Browne administration.

But she says there is still one outstanding matter – and that’s negotiations on pay increases across the public sector.

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