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posted 22 Oct 2012, 18:53 by Gerry Kangalee
"We will make ourselves visible. We will make ourselves heard."

That was the cry coming from Comrade. Reginald Crichlow, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Postal Workers Union, as he led a group of protesting postal workers outside the offices of the Chief Personnel Officer on Monday October 22nd 2012.

These workers, who are still living on 2005/2007 wages were protesting the slow pace of the negotiations based on the apparent unwillingness of the C.P.O. to give direction to the management of T.T. Post. Claiming that the the workers remain "totally disgruntled and fed up" the Union leader said the union would continue to demand meaningful settlement on all outstanding issues.(See video here