Organisers of group pushing for GPSU reform say fearful after alleged character attacks

Jermaine Hermanstyne and Karen Van Sluytman, two organisers of the group that has been calling for the removal of the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) President Patrick Yarde and some members of the union’s executive council, say attempts have been made to tarnish their reputations at their workplaces.

Speaking at a press conference yesterday at the Demerara Cricket Club, Hermanstyne said attempts are being made to try to intimidate those that are against Yarde and his team.

He said both he and Van Sluytman, based on the …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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