The Trade Union Congress of Namibia has called on Namibians to take positive action against the auctioning of fishing quotas, saying “it does not help to be in offices and shacks while the country’s natural resources are robbed in broad daylight”. The Namibia press agency quotes TUCNA secretary general, Mahongora Kavihuha as saying that “barely after a month, the government arrogantly and forcibly pushed through two phases of auctioning fishing quotas; auctions scored a resounding failure of epic proportions. It is time for us to occupy the streets and force these people to resign or account or to listen to us”. Kavihuha added that most, if not all the reasons the government is advancing now for the disaster were the very same reasons raised by the opponents of the auction.