After agreeing to the merger and transfer of harvesting gangs to Enmore the union reneged on the agreement

Dear Editor, The Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) wishes to respond to the article published in the Guyana Chronicle dated August 4, 2016 titled, ‘LBI workers picket GuySuCo over transfer to Enmore.’ Firstly, the corporation wishes to state that its current financial circumstances has made it imperative to review and revise the focus and mode of operation as it seeks to reduce inefficiencies and improve productivity in order to survive the challenges and craft a better future.

Mining operators need to be held accountable

Dear Editor, As a mining advocate and President of the National Mine Workers’ Union of Guyana, I unwaveringly support the call for investigations and prosecution across the mining districts advocated by Maj-Gen (rtd) Joe Singh who headed the CoI into the pit cave-in that led to the death of eighteen-year-old Reynold Williams.

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