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The Government Employees Union has rejected the 18% pay cut

The Government Employees Union did not approve the 18% pay cut that the government has proposed to include in the salaries of non-security government employees.

The Government Employees Union said on Wednesday at a meeting to discuss the pay increase that it stands by what it stands for. I will not accept anything less than 60%.

The representative of the Civil Service Commission and the Rest of Civil Servants in Ghana (CLOGSAG) revealed during the closing that the previous approval target had been changed from 60% to 65%.

Meanwhile, Isaac Owusu, president of the Ghana National Union of Teachers (GNAT), also rejected the government's proposed salary increase, but said it was because they did not represent themselves but the teachers' community in the country throughout the 1990s, and the team and its people will consider what measurements will be taken. But the decisions of the Government Employees Union will be followed.

 

The representation of the Chamber of Commerce also means that the party stands firm in its vision.

 

He pointed out that things have been going wrong for years and that it is time to fix what went wrong. It is implied that the single-span salary system is a system that does not exist in this country at all and that this is thought to be the opportunity to do things right. indicated that it was not that they had been made harder, but that they were the ones who were taking the 4% and 7%, so they were not taking anything less than 60%.

He said they are going to think about what the government wants to give them. It was pointed out that, in terms of the budget, the VAT has been increased by 2.5 percent, which is a newly introduced monopoly. As a result, it will also increase their burdens.

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