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Trade Union slams Govt’s silence on death of public official

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The Federation of Public Sector Unions (FSSP) is up at arms against the silence of the Ministry of Public Service over the fall of an employee Ministry of Health from the 10th floor of the Emmanuel Anquetil Building in Port Louis.

“A tragedy causing the death of a public officer during working hours on the precinct of a building owned by and used by government is a matter of utmost concern that should not be allowed to be forgotten in silence.”

According to Le Mauricien, the trade union alleged that there are strong suspicion that the official, a 58-year-old office management executive was being pressurized at work and are skeptical that the fall was accidental.

“The matter should be examined to assess the cause/causes behind to impel anticipatory preventive measures. The FPSOU is urging for the necessary investigation and to be provided with a report on its findings for pre-emptive follow up,” it said.

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