GTU accuses Teaching Service Commission of “corrupt dealings”


Colin Bynoe[] – The Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) says it is disgusted with the way the Chairman and other Commissioners of the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) are conducting the body’s business.

According to the GTU, teachers continue to be disenfranchised and denied just and legal promotional opportunities. The body is of the view that the professionalism, fairness and justice of the commission have been replaced by corrupt dealings.

President of the Union Colin Bynoe also raised the matter surrounding sexual allegations against the secretary of the commission, which he pointed out has not yet been resolved.

Bynoe added that the GTU no longer has confidence in the Chairman of the Commission.

Further Bynoe says the TSC is threading on sacred ground by having the Subject Ministry involved in this matter since the commission is supposed to be an independent body.

Meanwhile, General Secretary of the GTU Coretta McDonald condemned what she described as dastard behavior and attitudes emanating from the commission. She is demanding that the rights and sacrifices of their members be considered.




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