The Judicial Service Workers Affiliation of Ghana (JUSAG) has given authorities two weeks to implement the brand new wage selections.
Its Nationwide President, Alex Nartey, insists that failure on the a part of authorities to operationalise the revised salaries of members will see them “advise ourselves”.
Mr Nartey famous that the Judicial Council concluded on the 2021 wage and different associated allowances early on within the yr to be thought of by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo consistent with the provisions of the 1992 Structure.
However 2021 is nearing its finish, in line with JUSAG, and no motion has been seen of presidency relating to implementation.
The Nationwide President stated the Nationwide Govt Committee (NEC) of JUSAG met to demand instant implementation of the assessment from authorities.
“The delays on the a part of the federal government with regard to the implementation of our new salaries is unacceptable, they will now not wait,” Mr Nartey stated at a press convention on Friday, October 1.
“Inside two weeks from at the moment, authorities should take motion on the really useful salaries,” he warned.
“If inside two weeks the federal government doesn’t do something about it, they need to not blame us, as a result of we’ll advise ourselves in line with regulation.”
In 2019, JUSAG proceeded on an indefinite strike after it gathered intelligence that the reviewed wage selections had been going to be carried out in 2021 as an alternative of 2020.
After calling off the strike and a doable suspension of negotiations resulting from Covid-19 in 2020, implementation is but to happen.
The Affiliation, 3news.com gathers, could embark on strike if authorities doesn’t meet management over the newest warning.