EPMU to petition Governor Gen on fire at will bill
December 12, 2008
petition Governor General on fire at will bill
The Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing
Union will today present an urgent petition to the Governor
General, Anand Satyanand, to request he delays or refuses
royal assent to the ‘fire at will’ bill until it has
been through the proper select committee process.
is currently being rammed through Parliament under urgency
and is expected to pass later this morning.
The union has
been gathering signatures on worksites and via the Internet
for the last day and a half and will be presenting the
petition to the Governor General at Government House at 1pm
today. Media are welcome to attend.
The petition can be
downloaded at www.epmu.org.nz
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