On Monday 6 May 2019, elections were held to form the new Staff Union Committee. Staff of the Mechanism elected seven members from Arusha, two from Kigali and ten from The Hague.
Here under the list of the newly elected representatives:
Bram van der EERDEN
Pierre Gerard KENNE TUFE
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At the UN's recent Global Town Hall, MICT Staff Union requested assistance from the Secretary-General with the MICT's budget crisis. Staff Rep Gloria Otieno addressed the SG from our Arusha offices. Text of the exchange is below:
SG’s Global Town Hall on 17 January 2018
MICTSU’s Q & SG’s A
MICT SU: Thank you very much.
Greetings to the Secretary General from Arusha Tan...