Rienzi Complex

Union: UNC attempting to play role of victim in Rienzi eviction

The All Trinidad General Workers’ Trade Union is accusing the UNC of misleading the media and attempting to play the role of victim as the party prepares to leave Rienzi Complex due to its failure to agree to the terms of the landlord.

The Union issued the following statement today on the matter.

"The President General of the All Trinidad General Workers’ Trade Union again wishes to reiterate to the national community and persons interested in the UNC/Rienzi rental issue the following:

Former union president believes UNC eviction from Rienzi Complex may be political

Former president of the All Trinidad Sugar and General Workers Trade Union Rudy Indarsingh has broken his silence on the issue of the United National Congress having to vacate the Rienzi Complex.

Indarsingh, who is also the Couva South MP returned from a business trip abroad on Monday.

Union explains why UNC must vacate Rienzi Complex

The All Trinidad General Workers Trade Union is seeking to set the record straight with regard to its reason for calling on the United National Congress to leave Rienzi Complex by the end of the month.

President General of the union, Nirvan Maharaj say the union tried several times to enter a lease agreement with the UNC but says the party never responded favourably to its efforts.

The following is the union's statement: