Judicial Service to begin a sit- down strike tomorrow
May 19, 2016 at 6:51pm
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The National Executive Council of the Judicial Service Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has issued a directive to all staff of the Judicial Service effective tomorrow, Friday, 20th May, 2016 to withdraw services until Government implements the Judicial Council’s approved consolidated salaries.
Speaking at a press conference Thursday, 19th May here in Accra, the National President of the council, Alex Nartey said the association’s hopes have more or less been dashed owing to the lack of commitment shown by government to have JUSAG’s issues addressed.
He cited government’s inability to fulfil its promises after it appealed to JUSAG to call off its earlier strike last month. Mr. Nartey also highlighted the failure of government to implement the said consolidated salaries.
Mr. Alex Nartey further indicated that the association is facing difficulty to understand why its employers are delaying to fulfil its part of the agreement when the consolidated salaries have been approved by the Chief Justice and the Judicial Council since June last year.
Source: Ghana/Ourblurbonline.com/Patrick Teye Dasinor
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