Judiciary

PASAN Refuses To End Strike Over Unresolved Issues

The twelve weeks old strike embarked upon by the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria, PASAN, is yet to see an end.

This is because the leaders of the association said they would not relent until the implementation of Financial Autonomy for the State Houses of Assembly.

The Chairman Of Osun Assembly Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria, Comrade Adekunle Adesina in an interview with Radio Nigeria in Osogbo, said the strike would continue until the Critical Stakeholders endorsed the harmonised  proposal of PASAN and JUSUN.

Mr. Adesina enjoined the Federal Government, National Assembly and Governor’s Forum to speedily do the needful for the implementation of Financial Autonomy of the Parliament.

It would be recalled that, the Association had embarked on indefinite strike to demand for the implementation of the Executive Order 10 on Financial Autonomy for the legislative arm of government.

Funmi Adekoya

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