Public Service Association (PSA) president Watson Duke is calling on Judiciary workers to continue their daily protests against impending restructuring within the organisation, over the next four months.
Addressing a handful of workers, who gathered in front of the Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain around midday on Monday, Duke called on them to gather for a short group prayer session every hour between 9 am and 2 pm.
Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke is considering contesting next year's general election.
Duke said so while addressing media personnel during a symbolic bonfire at the rooftop of the association's headquarters at Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain, on Tuesday.
As the mad rush to have vehicles inspected and certified continues, Minority Leader Watson Duke is calling on the Government to “be reasonable” in enforcing the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Act as two of three working authorised vehicle inspection stations, service the entire of Tobago
Both are located on the western end of the island—the Licensing Department on Shirvan Road, Buccoo and Sylvester Auto World, Sherwood Park, Carnbee.
PSA president Watson Duke walks through High Street, San Fernando today, calling on workers to stay away from work on Friday. He made the walk soon after several trade union leaders met in San Fernando to further addres Friday's planned day of "rest and reflection".
Video & photo by Kristian De Silva.