St. Vincent & Grenadines: Union urges public sector workers to vote out ULP (+Video)

For the second time in as many decades, the Public Service Union (PSU) is urging its members and workers at large to vote for a change in government in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Vincentian electors will go to the polls on Nov. 5 to elect a new government with the Unity Labour Party, which has been governing since 2010 with a one-seat majority, seeking a fifth consecutive five-year term in office.

The main New Democratic Party (NDP) is trying to return to government, after almost 20 years on opposition benches. 

The PSU held a press conference in Kingstown on Monday, where its president, Elroy Boucher, said that the Ralph Gonsalves-led ULP has failed to meet with the union as requested to discuss labour and other social issues.


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