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Tuesday, 14 June 2016 20:46

Annisette understands HSF withdrawal

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The President General of the Seamen and Waterfront Workers Trade Union, Michael Annisette, say he now understands why the government withdrew money from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund.

Members of the National Trade Union Centre met with Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on Tuesday and the HSF was one of the topics discussed.

"It had to do with a particular situation in Trinidad and Tobago that if they didn't do what they do in terms of withdrawing that money it would have created a lot of issues, industrial relation issues in Trinidad and Tobago."

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