Clarevue workers protesting for 4 weeks straight with no end in sight


The protest for outstanding pay continues for workers at Clarevue Mental Hospital.

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  1. Great work again, by the IRREPRESSIBLE George Wehner; you really highlight the real issues that concern the citizens of Antigua 🇦🇬

    Keep us all informed Mr Wehner 👍

    Prime Minister, is Democracy a MIRAGE to you and the ABLP government?

    Is Capitalism used as a PROFITABLE benefit only for you, your associates, to the detriment of the citizens of the country?

    Gaston Browne, you would do well to remember these POWERFUL lines from our National Anthem and start looking out for your electorate:

    “… We commit ourselves to building
    A true nation brave and free.
    Ever striving ever seeking
    Dwell in love and unity …”


  2. A government that love the people so much they try to force everyone to be vaccinated how come they don’t love the workers and make a forceful effort to pay all who they owe. A false love it was all the time. You cannot love someone want them to be healthy but hate to see they have money in their pockets.

  3. This is despicable. Who the hell want to work in a place that won’t pay? Who? PAY THE PHUCKING PEOPLE

  4. This cannot be about money. These are just a few workers that are certainly not the highest paid workers. The Cabinet should really evaluate the management handling of the operation. I would fire the entire management team for not being able to address staff issues. The Cabinet cannot start managing all these departments directly. You put people in places to do their work. If the top slack the middle and bottom will drop off. And we see that in every department and statutory company. Whether it’s APUA, the Port, Social Security, NSW. The management in these departments are failing to do their job big time and it all being dropped on the plate of the Minister. As if the Minister is running the department directly. Yes, the minister is the policy maker of the department, but the department has a PS and if it’s a statutory corp. They have a board. The board is there to execute government policies. I once asked the PM already when it comes to Social Security, why he has a board, if he is the one that has to figure out how to solve all the problems. All the board members I’m sure get their monthly honorarium without delay. What is their contribution.

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