The management of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has informed the government that it will not tolerate any policy of the International Monitory Fund (IMF) that will negatively affect the existing agreement between them and the government concerning the improvement of the condition of service of members.
According to the union, the government must ensure that conditions by the International Monitory Fund (IMF) will not be a disadvantage to the condition of service of the Labour Unions including UTAG.
“In particular, UTAG would not tolerate any IMF conditionality that negatively affects the existing agreements between Government and UTAG to improve the Conditions of Service of our members,” the statement stressed.
UTAG further urged the government to take advantage of going to IMF this time around for economical support in this current hardship in the economy to make use of the local experts to support the development of a comprehensive programme that will form.
IMF officials are expected to arrive in the country on Tuesday July 5 for the commencement of the programme.
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