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History of the National Trade Union Centre

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NATUC elects new president
NATUC press release, 2 July 2000. The National Trade Union Centre has a new President - but the rest of the elections are yet to be completed.
Unity call from NATUC General Secretary
NATUC press release, 14 September 2000. The National Trade Union Centre is confirming its plans to re-convene its disrupted Biennial Convention despite an apparent attempt by two unions to block the move.
Re-convened convention all set to go
NATUC press release, 22 September 2000. The original Convention of the National Trade Union Centre was held on 1st July but was not able to complete the elections of its Central Executive Committee. Only Robert Giuseppi of the NUGFW was elected as the new President of the trade union centre.
PSA to boycott NATUC meeting
By Kim Boodram, Trindidad Express, 23 September 2000. PSA president Jennifer Baptiste broke her silence yesterday to make it clear she will have nothing to do with todays "illegal and immoral" re-convention of the National Trade Union Centre (Natuc).
NATUC meets today to finish the job
Trinidad Guardian, 23 September 2000. After two months of infighting, the National Trade Union Centre (Natuc), the country's umbrella trade union body, will reconvene its biennial convention today.
NATUC convention "a great success"
NATUC press release, 23 September 2000. Speaking immediately after the close of the much delayed Convention of the National Trade Union Centre, the new President, Robert Giuseppi, described the event as "a great success."
Natuc's alive, declares Giuseppe
Trinidad Guardian, 24 September 2000. Seven of the 19 member unions of the National Trade Union Centre (Natuc) attended the organisation's elections which were concluded yesterday.