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Bank union lashes out at Sek for poaching members

File photo: Etyk members on the march to demand the reimbursement of their pension funds in 2018

Banking union Etyk complained on Monday that other trade unions were attempting to poach members from them.

Etyk was responding to a decision last week by trade union Sek that it was seeking to create its own Cyprus-wide banking union.

“For some time (not just now), Sek and others are attempting to enter the banking sector, but in the community Etyk’s standing is at the top, and that is where it will stay,” the union said.

The union added it would deal with ‘disruptive attacks’ immediately and decisively.

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