TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: ‘No wages since the election’* / Trinidad Express / san fernando Forestry Division workers, who have not been paid salaries for nine fortnights, blocked the entrance to San Fernando Hill yesterday, pleading with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to hear their cries and pay them before Christmas. The maintenance workers, contracted to upkeep the natural landmark, were joined by some of the 2,000-plus affected workers. In tears, the workers knelt and begged to be paid before Christmas. The workers held up placards and stood across the roadway, preventing vehicles from entering San Fernando Hill. Garden tools were also placed across the roadway.
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