Port Workers Engage In Go-Slow Protest Against Eight Years Overdue Back Pay

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Today, Tuesday, will mark day two of a go-slow protest in which 120 employees engaged in against a decision by the Port’s management to make a commitment about back pay, which is eight years overdue.

Antigua and Barbuda Port Authority is one of the main revenue generation arms of the government and may likely experience an unprecedented collapse if industrial action by employees continue.

According to members of staff, if the strike goes into effect, it will badly affect their income and the overall development of Antigua and Barbuda, hence the reason for negotiations.

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  1. All the money spent by government ministers and their comrades travelling all over the world could more than settle the back pay issue. This government couldn’t care less about the average Antiguan once they and their people get rich. Wicked set of people. Will the people vote for this government next election? Wait and see. You get what you vote for.

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