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Thursday, 16 November 2017 17:38

Cabrera: Watson Duke Breaking The Law

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BIGWU Leader Vincent Cabrera says Watson Duke is breaking the law, and had he been in another country, he could be in jail.

He is calling on the PSA Leader to do the right thing and register the pension account of the PSA employees.

Mr. Cabrera made the call before leading the PSA employees he represents in a march toward the Attorney General's Office and the Central Bank.

Ian Wason has more.

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