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Enforce our appointments at CPC: AIPAC

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The All Island Project Assistants Collective (AIPAC) staged a protest outside the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo today demanding the authorities to enforce their appointments at the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation. The protesters said they have been given appointment letters but no jobs. Pix by Waruna Wanniarachchi

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  • Nani Thursday, 06 February 2020 02:00 AM

    All of them waiting to abuse the slack in government run SOEs. CPC, CEB and Sri Lankan airlines amongs others - are a massive burdens to the tax payer. They should be looking to cut heads - rather than recruiting. Typical entitled attitude of Sri Lankan’s..

    Sunil Thursday, 06 February 2020 10:27 AM

    They have come through the back door and should be sent out the back door.

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