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Teacher-Principal TUs to convey their stance tomorrow: Stalin

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Teachers and principals trade unions which met Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa today is expected to convey their stance tomorrow following a discussion with their trade unions, General Secretary of Ceylon Teachers' Union Joseph Stalin.

He said this following the discussion with the Prime Minister this afternoon.

He said they stressed the need to implement the proposals of the Cabinet Sub Committee in one stage rarher than in four stages as proposed.

He said the Prime Minister had agreed to implement the proposals in two stages and added that however, they have not agreed on that.

"We will continue our struggle. We will convey our stance tomorrow after a discussion with our trade union collective," he said. (Ajith Siriwardana)

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  • Cugan Wednesday, 13 October 2021 01:29 AM

    Dear teachers and principals you guys are lucky still being paid through the pandemic without working,unlike street cleaners,health staffs,front line staffs..... But most of these workers don't have second jobs apart from doctors,but you most of the teachers earning enormous through tuition fee,teaching,medical care were once regarded as for serve public and not motivated by money.

    Ram Wednesday, 13 October 2021 02:01 AM

    If you achieved at least 40% of the demands return to work and fight for the rest whilst working. No where in the world trade unions won above 60-70% of their demands

    trade-in education Wednesday, 13 October 2021 03:41 AM

    4 to 2 to 1 is a very tough easy payment scheme for the govt. of beggers. end result will be bak to the old goods at the cost of childrens future. how sad.


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