Bus commuters continue to experience transportation hardship across the country for a third straight day.
The Public Transport Service Corporation’s drivers are working to rule.
Their move is in protest of the government’s twelve percent wage offer.
Transport and Industrial Workers Union representative, Marcus Granum, in an interview explained that the Labour Minister has indicated that he will not be attending a meeting planned for today to discuss matters relating to the impasse.
Transport and Industrial Workers Trade Union President, Roland Sutherland, in an interview maintained that the drivers have decided not to operate buses that are defective.
TIWU President, Roland Sutherland
Meanwhile, Transport Minister, Stephen Cadiz, said the government has placed its proposal on the negotiating table and is holding firm to the figure.
Transport Minister, Stephen Cadiz