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The Allen Chastanet led administration reveals that the bond payment proposal for public servants may be off the table. The prime minister says that the ministry of finance is looking to formalize an agreement with credit unions to ensure that public servants continue to receive their full salary.  
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Some public servants have taken issue with CSA president Cyprian Montrope’s response to the Prime Minister awarding the nation’s frontliners duty free concessions on vehicles. The Prime Minister explained in his budget speech on Tuesday afternoon that he was concerned during the height of the COVID-19 spread in Saint Lucia, nurses, police and firemen found […]

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Prime minister Allen Chastanet has saluted the values and virtues of public service to the wider community. June 23rd 2020 was observed by the u.n as public service day. Chastanet highlighted the critical role which front-line public servants are playing in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Public servants, taxi operators and bus drivers in Saint Lucia are set to benefit from duty-free concessions on vehicles. During today's Budget Address, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said that the government has recognized the hard work of essential staff during mitigation efforts against the spread of COVID-19. These workers, he said, faced immense challenges in carrying out their duties.

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The leader of the opposition has come to the defense of the unions. Castries east MP Philip J. Pierre argues that the civil servants voice must be heard given the implications for their livelihoods and the state of the economy.
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Attorney at Law Mary Francis has chided civil servants over their attitude towards the government’s wage offer amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, lamenting what she described as the public servants ‘parasitic tendency’ towards the state. Members of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) have voted overwhelmingly to reject the government’s offer of fifty percent […]

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Bonds and cash are stilling being offered as wage payments for public servants. Prime minister Allen Chastanet is not budging in his negotiations with the Labor unions. According to the government leader, right now it’s the best option for a country facing yawning deficits despite securing 5 hundred million dollars in loans to fund the …
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“I think that the government’s priority ought to be the payment of civil servants,” opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has asserted. Pierre made the comments during an interview with reporters Tuesday. He repeated earlier assertions that what the Allen Chastanet administration is actually doing is reducing the disposable income of the civil servants. “When you […]

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