News day / According to sources, the CWU held elections on Monday which they say ended in a unanimous vote against Julien, who has served in senior executive roles including that of president of the union for the past 12 years.
Newsday contacted Julien who said he was unable to speak on the matter as the votes have not yet been counted. He assured officials that he was working to resolve the matter.
However, sources revealed that there were a number of different challenges facing the union as members of the committee overseeing the elections were up until press time unable to arrive at a decision.
From what I understand, the committee itself seems unable to make a decision or to make a pronouncement. But the initial count shows that he (Julien) has lost.
We have nothing to hide and I believe that the process of transparency should start with us, an official said.
The official added that while details on the election are not yet available, senior officials are working to have the matter resolved by Monday, but there has been no indication if there would be another election. In the mean time, the leadership remains under Juliens remit.
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