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Finance Minister under fire following meeting with Protective Services.

by | Apr 27, 2016

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President of the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Officers Association, Leo Ramkissoon.

As news emerged yesterday evening that the protective services would not be accepting government’s proposed 50% bonds allotment to public servants in light of back-pay monies owed, the next move by those who protect and serve the nation, remained unknown.
In an interview with News Power Now this morning, President of the Fire Officers’ Association, Leo Ramkissoon said the Finance Minister failed to answer pertinent questions and as such, yesterday’s decision came with very little hesitance.
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The Fire official noted that the 2011- 2013 bargaining period for which his membership is owed, was supposed to be paid up in cash and the union stands firm where this is concerned.
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President of the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Officers Association, Leo Ramkissoon.

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President of the Prison Services Association, Cerron Richards.

Meanwhile….
President of the Prison Services Association, Cerron Richards is today slamming the Minister of Finance proposal for a five year period bond arrangement to pay all protective service workers.
Speaking on the Power Breakfast show on Power 102.1fm this morning, Richards said he was not pleased with the meeting held with all association heads and the Finance Ministry, stating that there is no clear word on when and how the bonds will be paid out.
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Richards went on to say that the association proposed a number of items, which would be suitable for all members in the current economic state.
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President of the Prison Services Association, Cerron Richards.

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