The antithesis to those manufactured rationalisations has far greater significance and also carries far greater weight.
If she failed to appreciate that she represented her members and not herself or her narrow interest, then she needs to do some serious re-evaluation of her faculties! With her experience and exposure to trade unionism at the highest levels, she is well placed to understand the context of the action taken by the CSA membership which is always the highest decision-making body and hence the most powerful force of the CSA – and certainly not the executive or general council.
|EX-PRESIDENT: KINGSLEY ST. HILL
|FIREBRAND CLEOPATRA ANTHONY
Finally, I applaud the CSA for a job well done. The whole country had the intellectual elites of this country under the microscope and they did not let themselves or their country down. I hope it is a lesson not just for the trade union movement but equally also for the politicians who take us for granted.
Truly, a new CSA chapter has been written into our history books.