In a statement issued on the morning of Friday, he contended the Congress had seen no evidence to indicate any action made by successive governments to bring the Commissions into reality.
“CTUSAB recalls the decision taken by the Cabinet of Barbados under the last administration, that the proclamation date for Section 89A of the Barbados Constitution (Amendment) Act and the Service Commissions Amendment Act, which give effect to the establishment and operation of a Teaching Service Commission, would have been October 16, 2017.
“The Congress takes this opportunity to repeat its call on the government to act on the long outstanding matter of the Proclamation of the Police Amendment Act 2001-3, by committing to place it before the cabinet of Barbados, for obtaining the required approval for the assent of the Governor-General of Barbados,” the veteran trade unionist said.
De Peiza suggested, as a next step to establishing the Commissions, government as a matter of priority; address the legal framework of these commissions, which includes their structure and functions.
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