Agricultural Workers Resume Working While Giving Government Two Weeks To Resolve Issues

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Employees from various agriculture departments, Extension, Veterinary and Livestock, Fisheries et al, have agreed to return to work and to give the government a two week period to begin resolving the various issues.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Gaston Browne met with the employees at the Agriculture Headquarters on Independence Avenue by the Country Pond.

The Prime Minister held talks with the President of the Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association (ABPSA), Joan Peters, along with Antigua and Barbuda Trades and Labour Union President, Wigley George; the Agriculture Minister, Dean Jonas, was not in attendance.

 

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  1. Am no fan of Dean Jonas, but if the PM is going to tell him, shape up or ship out, there are other minister in his cabinet also not performing, like the minister of roads, minister of housing and minister of education and the minister of APUA to name a few.

  2. PRIME MINISTER COULD HAVE DONE THIS IN A MORE ADMIRABLE WAY.DEAN JONAS IS MY REPRESENTATIVE IN ST. GEORGE. PRIME MINISTER PLEASE APOLOGISE TO MR.DEAN JONAS.

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