Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has expressed his dissatisfaction with the Public Service Union, the SVG Teacher’s Union and the Police Welfare Association, who refused to comply with the security requisite at the Office of the Prime Minister, by surrendering their cell phones at the security checkpoint.

Speaking on WE Fm’s Morning Program earlier today, Dr. Gonsalves said it is standard procedure for persons to submit their devices at the security checkpoint, irrespective of their association with him.

At a recently held Press Conference by the Public Service Union, President of the PSU Elroy Boucher indicated that was the first time in over a decade of salary negotiations – they were being told that they could not take cellular phones into the meeting.

Boucher told Tuesday’s press conference that three unions decided that they would not leave their cell phones with the prime minister’s police security detail “for numerous reasons.

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