Union secondment case goes back to High Court

The dispute over the secondment of civil servants to serve as union officials has been remanded to the High Court.

The Court of Appeal remitted the case because the judge who heard it and granted the unions’ wish to interdict Government from recalling the officers did not determine the dispute that was brought before him.

The court also set aside the judgement granted on October 4, 2013.

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