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PSU AND NSUB send their condolences to the fallen BDF soldiers

PSU PRESS RELEASE DATED MARCH 2ND, 2020

The Public Service Union (PSU) and the National Student Union of Belize (NSUB) have sent out their condolences to the families of the four fallen Belize Defence Force (BDF) soldiers. The PSU states that they are, quote, “not satisfied with the narrative surrounding the operation nor the untimely and fragmented report of the crash landing issued by the Minister and Ministry of National Security.”

The Public Service Union (PSU) and the National Student Union of Belize (NSUB) have sent out their condolences to the families of the four fallen Belize Defence Force (BDF) soldiers. The PSU states that they are, quote, “not satisfied with the narrative surrounding the operation nor the untimely and fragmented report of the crash landing issued by the Minister and Ministry of National Security.” End quote. As such, they are calling on all members of the BDF who have valuable knowledge to provide such to the investigating team. The NSUB are in agreement with the PSU, as they stated that they are outraged and disgusted at the response of the Ministry. They are joining other organizations, including the National Trade Union Congress of Belize, who have called for an independent inquiry into the incident. The Belize Energy Workers Union (BEWU) expressed these same sentiments in their own press release.

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