Tuesday, 20 March 2018 18:15

PSA Election In Limbo

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The Public Service Association has no set date for the election and Presidential candidate, Solomon Gabriel, is concerned the PSA is currently without an Executive and a legal President.

In a General Council Meeting on Tuesday, there was an attempt to postpone the elections until 2020, but that was shut down by the union.

The reason for the two-year delay is for the voters' list to be fixed, as ordered by the Court. The entire Elections Committee was also disbanded on Tuesday.

Mr. Gabriel says according to the constitution of the PSA, the four-year term has passed, and the further 90 days have also passed, therefore the incumbent is not legally the President.

The Court ruled last year and the PSA was ordered to regularise the voters' list my March 2nd, and the impending elections to be held accordingly.

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