CSA President Urges Unity, Says World Of Work Under Attack

Asserting that the world of work is under attack by capitalist and many other factors, the President of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) has told members of the trade union that  there is no time to’ let down our guard’.

” Let us stand united in fighting those obstacles or barriers that want to see our demise,” Cyprian Montrope declared in a statement Thursday. 

“Today marks 68 years since our birth and we can take comfort in saying with a great degree of conviction that we will be stronger than when we began by staying together,” Montrope asserted.

“I urge all of us and those to come, to make every effort in participating in making our existence viable until humanity and the world is no more,” the trade union official stated.

He said that on the occasion of the union’s birthday, “let us take pride in our achievements, pat your back, and smile with remembrance and most of all honor our union.” 

On behalf of the Executive Council of the CSA, Montrope said he wished to extend a hearty thank you to  the founders and all those who have toiled to make the organization the pillar it has now become.

I urge all of us and those to come, to make every effort in participating in making our existence viable until humanity and the world is no more. The world of work is under attack by capitalist and many other factors and there is no time to let down our guard.  Let us stand united in fighting those obstacles or barriers that want to see our demise. 

 

On the occasion of our birthday, let us take pride in our achievements, pat your back, and smile with remembrance and most of all honor our union. 

 

2 COMMENTS

  1. Modern day slavery that exist in St Lucia as most people work for less than 4;25 cents an hour Guardsman security guards are earning 4:25 cents an hour working 12 hour shifts which adds up to 51 dollars a day can that wage rate get you out of poverty or buy you a piece of land much less own a home there is to much exploitation in the private sector what we need is a minimum wage rate of 12;50 an hour

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