SINTSEL says Government has “good faith” about security officers’ situation but doubts remain

Praia, Jan 10  (Inforpress) – The president of the National Union of Public and Private Security, Services, Trade, Agriculture, Fisheries and Related Agents (SINTSEL) said Thursday that the Government has “good faith” about security agents, but there are still “doubts”.

“We have not looked at anything yet because there is good faith on the part of the Government to move the process forward to get results as soon as possible, but there are still some doubts on the part of private companies,  there are points to hit,” said Manuel Barros.

This union leader was speaking to journalists in the city of Praia, on the sidelines of a meeting between SINTSEL and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Olavo Correia, with a view to resolving the government’s promises regarding security agents. The promise is the “long-awaited” increase and salary readjustment of these professionals.

According to Manuel Barros, on the part of state-owned companies, “everything is normal”, but it remains to be seen how the situation will be to private companies, which still has some doubts about how the security company will charge the services.

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