between te Civil Service Association .a tBe uhion
-. .'representing public officers and Government as the employer.
In order to contri z ~b Q 4F t.,p e' re-axed atmosphere
XiP ~r; ameri' e 'at as recommended by
F &ubli- ierice Board of Appeal, the C.S.A. has with-
drawn its notice of strike issued on the 20th of August,
The Caudeiron issue will be pursued through legal
S channels to determine the constitution position regarding
the transfer of public officers,
Radio Dominica and the policies governing its operations
will have to be dealt with b the court of public opinion.
nera including that ,
-: of soz .--W ha- t ,.
*,-aiFpor fr ihe, Ott
S the Association and their concern at the plight of tUo.
,,--rpublic officers whose only offence is -that they stood up in-
defence of an other public officer, a member of the trade
S union of which they are elected officers.
Let us be thankful that even in the face of severe
Provocation there was no violence
Let us realise however, that it is only by maintaining
.,Ran. -of the
Sh w hi Ie
certain vital questions are still before tribunal and the .
.ipurt of Appeals for final determination there is the qrimi--.
^liospect of a draconian measure (the 3ill for the Civil
*Evice Act 1973)to be rushed through the House of Asse:i-t:
*t its next sitting. Representations against t he r.r
actions of this bill are being drawn up by the Asaeoqiy
let Us e rededicate 'o cte k
j ?fand tolerance
Ala ftic sc-a