Unions Discuss Draft Croke Park II Response

Representatives of public sector workers unions are to meet to discuss a draft joint letter in response to the Croke Park II proposals, which they are opposed to.

The INMO, CPSU, IMO and UNITE, amongst others, are discussing the possibility of writing to the the Public Services Committee.

Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, UNITE regional secretary, Jimmy Kelly said consultations had taken place with members across the country and rejected a suggestion that a draft letter would amount to posturing.


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