Association tells pilots there is no agreement made with PM Browne

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LETTER FROM LIALPA TO MEMBERS:

Dear Members,

 

The Association received an official correspondence from the Cabinet Secretary detailing the Government’s position on the compassionate pay out (see attached).

 

This correspondence has omitted most of the key points discussed with the Prime Minister in the October 8th meeting. The executive would like also to dispel any notion that any agreement was made in this meeting with the Hon. Prime Minister Gaston Browne.

 

We have responded to the correspondence and have requested a meeting to discuss the discrepancies (see attached).

 

We intend to call in general meeting next week, a date to be confirmed.

 

Unity in strength, stay safe and best regards,

 

LIALPA Executive.

 

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Compassionate pay?workers are back out to work because he have compassion?The Hitler spirit need to be removed so each could endeavour and achieve. The greedy dictator spirit is hindering the people while enriching himself

    • Can’t get blood from stone. LIAT is bankrupt. The workers were aware of LIAT’s financial possition for years. Why should Antigua tax payers bare the burden of severaance payment?

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