The Public Service Association (PSA) elections has been postponed to at least December 14.
The PSA’s current elections committee agreed to defer the long-overdue poll, carded for next Monday, after appearing before a judge presiding over a case, which had postponed the election for over three years.
The committee also agreed to disclose a final sanitized voters’ list, as ordered by Justice Nadia Kangaloo in her judgement in the case in 2018, by next Tuesday.
Provided that the parties agree that the list passes the criteria previously defined by Kangaloo, the elections would go ahead in mid-December.
If there is no agreement, the election may be postponed once again.