The total absence of an Industrial Court in the whole of the provinces has once more come under the spotlights with disadvantaged employees crying foul.
This latest round of concern is as a result of protracted industrial court matters now becoming a common place.
Irate employees in an interview with Awoko catalogued growing number of industrial matters presently before the Bo Magistrate Court much to the disadvantage of poor employees.
They say justice delayed is justice denied, a situation most others added partly accounted for the decade long rebel war.Responding, Regional scribe of the Municipal and Local Government employees Union, George Labor Kargbo said the absence of industrial courts has negatively affected and constrained his advocacy work and therefore urged concerned authorities to do everything possible to establish industrial courts in the provinces. Such development, he went on, will go a long way in allowing justice to prevail.
Mr. Kargbo also stated that cases involving breach of Labour Laws are being taken care of by respective courts and that a good number of legal practitioners have been helping .
Analysts spoken to said it is high time government to establish industrial courts in the provinces to timely look into prevailing industrial cases noting that speedy justice system remains a hallmark of good governance and of course modern democracy