NWU, National Housing Corporation In Industrial Negotiations

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Press Release:–  Industrial negotiations between the Management of the Saint Lucia National Housing Corporation and the Leadership and Shop Stewards of the National
Workers Union (NWU) have begun.

The talks which are being held at UNITY HOUSE, the headquarters of the National Workers Union in Sans Souci, centred on a Memorandum of Proposals and areas of concern submitted by the Union.

The parties have agreed to a number of points within the Memorandum. This
would serve as inspiration to both sides in their determination to bring these negotiations to a speedy conclusion.

The National Workers Union and the Saint Lucia National Housing Corporation have enjoyed a healthy industrial relations relationship for over ten (10) years.

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Meanwhile negotiations have begun between Radio Caribbean International and
the National Workers Union.

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  1. The Governments of St Lucia have taken people’s lands for years and have not paid these people for their lands. This is an abomination before the Lord. Do what is right to prevent curses from falling upon you. For God Almighty is angry for all the bad things which is going on in St Lucia by people who should know better. Please take heed.

  2. To the housing Cooperation. Make sure while you are planning to build houses to sell to people you do not use people private land to do so. Because private land properties are being acquired by the government of St Lucia and the Government bodies are fraudulently taking the lands and not paying the owners the full going price for the land. This evil practice must stop in St Lucia. There is a God Almighty in Heaven that will avenge people for their crimes. No one should touch what belongs to some one else.

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