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Union Chief: Government Is Biased Against Some Trade Unions

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Bahamas National Alliance Trade Union Congress is accusing the Davis administration of being biased when it comes to trade unions and her newly formed congress.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Bahamas National Alliance Trade Union Congress is accusing the Davis administration of being biased when it comes to trade unions and her newly formed congress.

However, congress President Belinda Wilson says they will not be deterred.

Her comments come as the Davis administration touts more than 20 industrial agreements signed and completed since taking office.

Wilson pointed to The Bahamas Union of Teachers’ unregistered industrial agreement as one of the selling points.

The agreement was signed two years ago. Wilson says she’s written to the Prime Minister on the matter but still hasn’t gotten any movement.

The Bahamas Public Services Union which is also a part of the congress recently called on the Prime Minister to intervene amid unpaid salary increases for its members.

Wilson says all they want is for the government to do the right thing.

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