Photo taken on Sept. 28, 2015 shows a view of a court complex for the judicial service in Accra, capital of Ghana. Ghanian President John Dramani Mahama on Friday assured Ghanaians of his commitment to fight corruption at the inauguration of a multi-million dollar court complex for the judicial service in Accra. The 42-room facility was constructed by the China State Hualong Construction, Ghana Limited. (Xinhua/Li Ziyun)
Photo taken on Sept. 28, 2015 shows a view of a court complex for the judicial service in Accra, capital of Ghana. Ghanian President John Dramani Mahama on Friday assured Ghanaians of his commitment to fight corruption at the inauguration of a multi-million dollar court complex for the judicial service in Accra. The 42-room facility was constructed by the China State Hualong Construction, Ghana Limited. (Xinhua/Li Ziyun)

The association says the decision to call off the strike is to aid government’s presidential committee to begin deliberations.

Photo taken on Sept. 28, 2015 shows a view of a court complex for the judicial service in Accra, capital of Ghana. Ghanian President John Dramani Mahama on Friday assured Ghanaians of his commitment to fight corruption at the inauguration of a multi-million dollar court complex for the judicial service in Accra. The 42-room facility was constructed by the China State Hualong Construction, Ghana Limited. (Xinhua/Li Ziyun)
Photo taken on Sept. 28, 2015 shows a view of a court complex for the judicial service in Accra, capital of Ghana. Ghanian President John Dramani Mahama on Friday assured Ghanaians of his commitment to fight corruption at the inauguration of a multi-million dollar court complex for the judicial service in Accra. The 42-room facility was constructed by the China State Hualong Construction, Ghana Limited. (Xinhua/Li Ziyun)
JUSAG president Alex Nartey, addressing the media Wednesday, said the national executive committee of JUSAG had concluded discussions on a framework with the Ghanaian government and management in addressing their demands.

The leadership of JUSAG on Friday, May 20, declared an indefinite nationwide strike over delays in the implementation of the consolidated salaries and emoluments of their members.

The National Labor Commission (NLC) subsequently filed a writ in court to compel members of the JUSAG to end what it described as “a lawless” strike.

But JUSAG continued with their strike until the current decision to call it off. Enditem

Source: Xinhua /NewsGhana.com.gh

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