Telikom workers in PNG present grievances

9:27 am on 22 February 2017

The government in Papua New Guinea says it will look into a list of grievances submitted by a trade union representing employees of the state owned company Kumul Telikom.

The government in Papua New Guinea says it will look into a list of grievances submitted by a trade union representing employees of the state owned company Kumul Telikom.

The national reports the government's Chief Secretary Isaac Lupari assured members of the PNG Communication Workers' Union and Kumul Telikom staff that their grievances would be examined.

The grievances were contained in petition that also demanded the termination of Kumul Telikom board chairman Mahesh Patel and the managing director John Mangos.

Mr Lupari commended the union for the manner in which they presented their grievances which he says was within the law.

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