The court clerks have returned to work after spending three months on strike on Wednesday morning, National Association of Haitian Clerks President Martin Ainé said on Radio Caraibes FM.
The clerks were on strike for better pay. After meeting with officials from the Office of Civil Protection and the Ministry of Public Justice and Security, the workers agreed to report back to work on the condition that their pay will be increased by December 15.
If that deadline passes without the better pay, the clerks will go back on strike, Ainé said. Source
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