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NCTUB Press Statement reference to the BUT and Ministry of Education Science and Technology September 8 2013

NCTUB Press Statement reference to the BUT and Ministry of Education Science and Technology September 8 2013

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This a press statement by the National Congress of trade Unions Bahamas (NCTUB) on the Bahamas Union of teachers (BUT) and the Ministry of education, Science and Technology
This a press statement by the National Congress of trade Unions Bahamas (NCTUB) on the Bahamas Union of teachers (BUT) and the Ministry of education, Science and Technology

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NATIONAL CONGRESS OF TRADE UNIONS OF THE BAHAMAS
“Uniting Workers Vision for a Better Bahamas”
 
President
 – 
Jennifer Isaacs-Dotson1
st
Vice President
 – 
Theresa Mortimer2
nd
Vice President
 – 
Hubert Saunders3
rd
Vice President
 – 
Nelerene Harding4
th
Vice President G.B.
 – 
John CurtisGeneral Secretary
 – 
Robert Farquharson Asst. General Secretary
 – 
Mario CurryTreasurer
 – 
Melony MunningsAsst. Treasurer
 – 
Ida Poitier-TurnquestTrustee
 – 
Ronnie AmbristerTrustee
 – 
Carmen Munnings-KempTrustee
 – 
Stephano Greene
President Women’s Branch – 
Ms. Hellena CartwrightHorseshoe DriveP. O. Box GT-2887Ph# (242) 356-7459
 – 
Fax# (242) 356-7457Email: office@nctu-bahamas.org orncongress@hotmail.com Website: nctu-bahamas.orgAffiliated: Caribbean Congress of LabourAssociation of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions Inc.
 NCTUB Press Statement
on
The Bahamas Union of TeachersandThe Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
Sunday, September 8, 2013
 For Immediate Release
The National Congress of Trade Unions Bahamas (NCTUB) wishes to advise the public that it condemns the recent lockout of The Bahamas Union of Teachers(BUT) by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology at the AnatolRodgers High School. The way that the Ministry of Education, Science andTechnology handled the situation by calling the Royal Bahamas Police Force to theSchool is not in keeping with the spirit of democracy, industrial harmony, rights of workers, as well as the Industrial Agreement signed by the Bahamas Union of Teachers and the government of The Bahamas. This blatant disregard for 
workers’
 rights is another example of unfair and unequal treatment towards the BahamasUnion of Teachers by the employer, the Ministry of Education, Science andTechnology and by extension the government of the Bahamas.The Congress, in keeping with accepted standards of industrial relations, knowsthat the matter could have been dealt with and resolved through social dialogue andmeetings with both parties.

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