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ATS impasse: Opposition leader calls for public solidarity

Friday, January 12, 2018

Update: 2:05PM FIJI'S Leader of Opposition Ro Teimumu Kepa is calling on members of the public to turn up in numbers in solidarity and support of locked-out Air Terminal Services who will be marching tomorrow.

Ro Teimumu said she fully supported the march organised by the Fiji Trades Union Congress.

She said she was also inspired by the level of unity and courage shown by the 170 out of the 250 workers who were locked out of their workplace on December 16 last year.

The march takes place at 10am tomorrow in Nadi.

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