Support for tuition hike hinges on increased wages -UG unions

-60% hike sought

University of Guyana Senior Staff Association (UGSSA) President Patsy Francis says the union will support the proposed increase in tuition fees only if it is accompanied by an at least 60% increase in the staff’s wages and salaries in the first year.

She also says the workers’ unions would like to see improvement in the UG infrastructure and that they will work to help improve the university’s services.

“The money must not trickle down, but must drop down to us,” she declared during a presentation made before an almost packed audience of  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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