Court proceedings to screech to a halt as legal service workers strike tomorrow

Court proceedings to screech to a halt as legal service workers strike tomorrow

Court proceedings to screech to a halt as legal service workers strike tomorrow

After numerous closed door meetings with the Ministry Finance, Ministry of Labor and Employment, and the National Labor Commission, representatives of the Association of State Attorneys (ASA) have confirmed that they will be going on an indefinite strike tomorrow.

This will have wide ranging ramifications, from high court prosecutions, registration of businesses and marriages, government contract reviews, and opposition to judgement debt claims.

This follows a string of correspondence between the aforementioned ministries and the Association of of State Attorneys over the lack of pension provisions for legal service workers, an employment requirement which has sent the likes of George Agudey - former presidential aspirant - to his political demise.

According to sources Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) employees will follow suit if their demands aren't met by Friday, October 21st.

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