T&T teachers warned against taking a day to "reflect" on stalled salary negotiations

The Trinidad and Tobago Unfired teachers Association, has ordered its members to return to the classrooms today after the government received an ex-parte injunction preventing them from taking a day to "reflect" on stalled salary negotiations.
Attorney General, Reginald Armour, SC, told reporters the government had been granted the injunction by the Industrial Court judges after a two-hour sitting.
He had described the planned action of teachers today as illegal since they are deemed part of the essential services and therefore are forbidden from taking strike action.
He said the court would also interpret any "sick" action taken by teachers.

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