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Sorted And The City IN DUBLIN: UNIONS MERGER.

Byline: Andrew Penman & Michael Greenwood

THREE public sector unions are to ballot members on a proposal to merge.

The executive of IMPACT, the Civil & Public Service Union, and the Public Service Executive Union have agreed to put the proposal to members.

A merger between them would create the second largest trade union in the country, with some 72,000 members.

Each of the unions will vote on the matter at their annual conferences - all of which take place within the next two months.

However, if they do decide to merge, it will take two years to carry through.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Mar 24, 2004
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