BOFEPUSU Set The Record Straight On Labour Delegation To The 106th ILC

Last year, 2016, a temporary arrangement of labour delegation to the ILC was made by the Ministry of Labour in view of the inability of the two federations to resolve the issue of tripartite representation.

This came about after BFTU rejected a meeting to discuss representation in tripartite structures that was proposed by BOFEPUSO.
The arrangement was such that BFTU would lead the labour delegation with BOFEPUSU as a labour advisor, hence last year, comrade Lentswe, the BFTU President, and comrade Rari, Secretary General of BOFEPUSU, went to ILC as labour delegate and advisor respectively.

This was done with an understanding that as for this year, 2017, BFTU would be advisor and BOFEPUSU would be the lead delegate. This was to be a temporary arrangement until the issue of the most representative was resolved or federations were able to agree among themselves.

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