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Kenny in opposition was marching with "de workers" so they could get their 15% salary increase. Stephenson King said there was no money.Kenny in government is now saying they need to tighten belts.Why was he such a dishonest kunt previously? This is partially a rod for his back, of his own making. Productivity in the public sector in StLU is awful. You could sack 30% easily and no one would notice.
What a hippocrite! What a scamp! What a snake oil salesman!The same person who bankrupted the country by raising the national debt by a staggering $1.5 billion while crashing agriculture, internal security and the standard of living - the same person who aggressively agitated for increases increases in civil servants pay - is now the scamp acting like the prudent manager cutting costs and doing the opposite of what he said while in opposition.These are all the traits of a sick narcissist and he is a product of our country voted in three times by st lucians. We are who we vote for!
The ethic standard of politicians need a radical change.Is there any politician who truly put country first ???
Take this blasted government to court. It is illegal for the government to unilaterally cut the salaries of public servants, whether or not the Public Services Commission is a stool pigeon for the government. Take them to court.
1:51pm go check the privy council ruling in the Barbados case. Govt can cut. My question to all above, should we do nothing?
Cut salaries? Or cut jobs? Which? Both? Can someone cite the case or ruling where the privy council gave its blessings to the Barbados government to cut salaries of workers. Can someone quote the year in which that did happen?
If the government is seeking consensus post facto after its budget presentation, what we have is a fait accompli. There was apparently little consultation on the matter beforehand. If the government has the license say, from employing the coercive arm of the state, the legal system to force its will, why now go through charade of asking for a "consensus"? Who are the fools who wish to be so manipulated? Finally, what constitutes a "consensus"? Is it 100%, 80%, 66% or 51% meekly towing the line? It is more than time for a paralyzing CSA strike, especially in the revenue collecting agencies. Some union leaders, no doubt, have already been bought. But, this administration is really taking the people down the garden path.
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