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Wakuu Leo UK wanateshwa na mgomo/maandamano kutoka civil service( hasa walimu)

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by POSHO MAVYEO, Jun 30, 2011.


    POSHO MAVYEO JF-Expert Member

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    sababu kubwa ni maslahi hasa pension
    ambayo serikali inataka kuikata nadhani hii ni message kwa magamba kwamba watu wana haki ya
    kudai haki zao kwa jinsi wanavyotaka bila kuvunja sheria

    mpaka sasa zaidi ya shule 3800 zimefungwa, hizo ni shule zenye level ya mpaka form six
    kwa kifupi wanafunzi wamekula day off

    POSHO MAVYEO JF-Expert Member

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    Public sector strike hits services and schools

    About half of all state schools in England and Wales are being affected by a strike by UK public sector workers.
    Picket lines have been set up as three teaching unions join Public and Commercial Services union members such as jobcentre and border control staff to protest at planned pension changes.
    They say the plans mean more work and contributions for a reduced pension.
    The government says the plans are "fair to taxpayers" and other trade unions are continuing with negotiations.
    Along with the opposition, it has condemned the strike action, although Labour leader Ed Miliband has accused ministers of mishandling negotiations with the unions.
    As well as pickets, union leaders and activists will hold a march and rally in central London, where police leave has been cancelled.
    The action by the National Union of Teachers (NUT), the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and the University and College Union (UCU) affects England and Wales.
    About 12,000 schools are being affected, although the actual total may turn out to be higher.
    Information from about 75% of England's 21,500 state schools showed a third would close, a third would remain open, and a third would be partially closed. In Wales, according to local authority figures, more than 1,000 out of 1,800 schools are either closed or partially closed.
    Airport delaysThe impact of the co-ordinated industrial action began to be felt at ports and airports on Wednesday evening, when some UK Border Agency staff walked out from 1800 BST.
    Travellers have been warned to expect delays on arrival at UK ports and airports.

    However, people leaving the UK will not be affected because departing passengers come into contact with security staff, employed by the airports, who will not be taking industrial action.
    As flights began to arrive, Heathrow airport said passengers were "generally" not experiencing excessive delays at border control. Gatwick said there were "very slight delays" while Luton reported disruption had been kept to an "absolute minimum" and Stansted said passengers are not seeing delays.
    The walkouts by the PCS, which has around 260,000 members including coastguards, police support workers, court staff and driving test examiners, will be staged across the UK.
    The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said there have been some walkouts but all coastguard stations are "operational and appropriately manned".
    There are PCS pickets outside the Old Bailey but the courts are open although at Inner London Crown Court, there are no trials sitting with juries as a result of the walkouts.
    The government said "early signs are that less than half of the PCS Union's own members have decided to take part in today's strikes".
    However, it added that the "vast majority" of courts, job centres, and HM Revenue and Customs call centres would remain open as usual.
    Speaking on BBC One's Breakfast, Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude said: "People are going to be scratching their heads, wondering why teachers and some civil servants are going on strike while discussions are still going.
    "It's perfectly reasonable for people to expect to work a bit longer before they start drawing the pension, which will still be among the very best..."
    Mr Miliband said: "Parents and the public have been let down by both the strikers and the government, as they have behaved in reckless and provocative manner."
    But Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the PCS, said his members were left with no choice but to take action as the government was not prepared to "compromise on any of the central issues of the strike".
    "While they are talking, they are not negotiating," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
    Meanwhile, Kevin Courtney, deputy general secretary of the NUT, said: "We realise that's very disruptive for parents and we do regret that. We had hoped to reach a settlement before the industrial action, but the government isn't serious about talks."
    And ATL general secretary Mary Bousted told BBC Breakfast: "We don't want to be on strike, and we wouldn't be on strike if the government had been prepared to do what they say they're going to do now, and that's negotiate."
    The director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, David Frost, said the government reforms to pensions were "essential".
    "The private sector has had to wake up to the tough realities of pension provision in a rapidly changing world, and the public sector must do the same," he said.
    He added: "If the UK is perceived as a country where we have a lot of public sector strikes, then I think investor confidence, perhaps in putting new business into the UK, could be hit."
    BBC political editor Nick Robinson said that people on both sides of the negotiation, as well as Labour Party figures with good union connections, "continue to believe that a deal is the only way that will see the resolution of this - and that a deal is possible".
    Some parents working in Whitehall, including MPs, will be able to take their children to work on Thursday, Downing Street said.
    No 10 later said that Prime Minister David Cameron's children would not be with him because their school would be open. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg's children will not be at school, but it is not known how they will be spending the day.
    TUC general secretary Brendan Barber will address a rally in Exeter, saying: "The brutal truth is simply this: The burden of deficit reduction is being piled unfairly onto millions of low and medium-paid public sector workers who did nothing to cause the crash.
    "Their pay has already been frozen for two years, even though inflation is higher than it has been for over a decade."
    The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has called for legislation to impose a minimum threshold on strike ballots before industrial action can be taken.


    POSHO MAVYEO JF-Expert Member

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    moja ya madhara ya mgomo wa hawa walimu ni watu wangine kutokwenda kazi
    ili kubaki na watoto majumbani maana ni kinyume cha sheria kuhacha watoto pekee yao ndani ya nyumba

    kwa maana hiyo watu wamepoteza mapato leo maana wengi wanalipwa kwa saa
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    Hii itakuwa CHADEMA wanawachochea!
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    Leo hii sijui ni Thread ya ngapi unaanzisha. halafu unajicomentia mwenyewe! Kasi yako hapa jamvini inatisha mkuu

    POSHO MAVYEO JF-Expert Member

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    tatizo kubwa ni serikali kutaka kuongeza asilimia ya makato kwenda kwenye pension scheme ili
    kupunguza matumizi au makali kwa kizazi kijacho
    lakini walimu wanasema mpaka sasa wanalipa 7% ni nyingi kwao

    POSHO MAVYEO JF-Expert Member

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    hahahaha magamba bana
    nakusoma maana wabunge wenu wanalia sana na maandamano kwa visingizio vya amani hali hii ni haki ya msingi ya kila raia dunia

    najicomment au naweza taarifa zaidi?

    POSHO MAVYEO JF-Expert Member

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    • Thousands of public sector workers are beginning their march through central London.

    • Police leave has been cancelled in central London.
    • [​IMG]1120: Ben Brown BBC News

      A few thousand trade unionists are now gathered at Lincoln's Inn Fields for a planned march through central London, which is due to get going in about 20 minutes.

    • 1118:

      The Department for Education has released some figures about school closures. As of last night, around 4,640 local authority schools were due to be closed today, 3,888 partially open and 4,115 open.
      Among academies, 223 were expected to be fully open, 204 partially open and 148 closed.
      This equates to around a third open, a third closed and a third partially closed
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    Donyongijape JF-Expert Member

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    Naona hata huko ni km Labour wanalaumiwa kwa strikes!..nway..tatizo la ccm hawajazoea hii mikikimikiki. ndo mana wanachaganyikiwa, ukweli ni kwamba huwezi kutimiza haja ya kila mtu.
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    Uliza_Bei JF-Expert Member

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    Magamba wanadai kuandamana ni haramu WAAMBIENI!!!!!!!!!!!

    VIKWAZO JF-Expert Member

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    nadhani lengo ni kuwa onyesha magamba hii hali ni ya kawaida na ni njia sahihi ya kudai haki
    na hao walimu wamesema mpaka kieleweke ndio wanawahachia serikali
    kwa kifupi mpaka sasa hawataki hoja za serikali wanataka hoja yao tu ndio isikilizwe yakwamba mambo yabaki kama mwanzo

    wananchi wanateseka na watoto lakini wanawasapoti wenzao hakuna kuoneana wizi

    labour hawako madarakani mkuu ni serikali ya mseto lakini labour sio moja yao

    in fact labour wako supported sana na wafanyakazi kama lilivyo jina lao hawana mambo ya kunyonga