Local gov’t union gives 72-hour deadline for Sooba removal

-threatens industrial action

The Guyana Local Government Officers Union (GLGOU) has given the Ministry of Local Government 72 hours to  rescind its decision to appoint Carol Sooba to the position of Town Clerk or face industrial action by city workers.

President of the union Dale Beresford yesterday at a press briefing in the Deputy Mayor’s office at City Hall said the union also wants the ministry to explain the rationale behind the appointment.

“We are giving the Minister 72 hours in which industrial action and other measures will be taken. Industrial action does not only include strike…we will take whatsoever course of action. As we speak out international affiliates which include Public Services International have been alerted and this will be going far and high.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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