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Teachers strike to enter 49th day today – Stabroek News

Flyers showing the activities planned for the teachers’ strike which continues this week

The Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) yesterday said that its resumed strike action will continue unless there is some significant development.

Today will be 49 days in total since teachers first took to the streets on February 5th in protest against the government’s unwillingness to enter collective bargaining on salaries.

According to GTU President Mark Lyte, from today until Friday, teachers will remain at home, resting. At around 4:30 pm today, they will meet with the executive members of the Union via Zoom. This discussion, Lyte explained, will address the topic “The plight of Guyanese teachers”.

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