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Association of Expatriate Civil Servants

Fight over localisation called off

The final chapter in the long-running localisation battle closed last night.

The decision by the Association of Expatriate Civil Servants not to press ahead with litigation followed a two-week poll of members.

Saturday, 23 January, 1999, 12:00am

Unseemly recipe

It is always to be regretted that any author of a column which by appearances represents an attempt at conveying informed opinion (Danny Gittings, Inside Track, Sunday Morning Post, December 7) should resort to picking and choosing among fact and law to promote a partisan viewpoint.

21 Dec 1997 - 12:00am

No to transfer

EXPATRIATE civil servants have rejected a new package suggested by the Government for the transfer of overseas contract officers to local terms and vowed to take the dispute to court.

2 Jun 1994 - 12:00am

Government civil servants localisation

EXPATRIATE civil servants have begun legal action against the Government over the localisation policy, prompting a hasty plea from the administration to stay cool.

The Association of Expatriate Civil Servants yesterday sent out a memorandum calling on its members to contribute to a fund to finance court action against the Government for discrimination in their employment.

22 Jan 1994 - 12:00am

Government civil servant localisation

THE Government's localisation policy would be defended in court following the threat by the Association of Expatriate Civil Servants (AECS) to sue over the Bill of Rights, said Acting Secretary for the Civil Service Stuart Harbinson yesterday.

20 Nov 1993 - 12:00am