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Belize National Teachers’ Union threatens “to roar” over increased Government allowances, delays in increments and salary

Posted: Friday, November 24, 2023. 4:23 pm CST.

By Aaron Humes: The Belize National Teachers’ Union (BNTU) has revealed that many of their ranks have not seen their promised restoration of increments alongside police officers, and that some are working with no salary at all since the start of the school year in late August and early September.

For these and obvious other reasons, the Union in a press statement today treats with “tremendous disdain” news of a telephone allowance increase to chief executive officers of the Government from $250 to $600, to take effect on renewal of contracts.

The Union says it told Chief Education Officer Yolanda Gongora three weeks ago about the delays in payments of allowances and salaries and accuses both school managements and the Ministry of “total incompetence” for blaming each other.

It closes with an ominous warning and demand for immediate action, including rescinding the planned increases, stating: “Consider this FAIR WARNING, it has been long coming but the Green Machine is about to ROAR!”

 

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