GTUC urges adequate funding for constitutional offices

The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) is calling for the constituting and proper funding of all constitutional offices and pledges to continue its advocacy of advancing rights and the rule of law.

In a press release, GTUC General Secretary Lincoln Lewis said while the movement is encouraged by the appointment of former judge, attorney-at-law Winston Moore as Ombudsman, appointments have yet to be made for other constitutional offices such as the Public Procurement Commission, Integrity Commission, Ethnic Relations Commission, Human Rights Commission, Public Service Appellate Tribunal and Police Service Commission. The administration must also ensure that Moore’s office  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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