Thursday, April 18, 2024

DLP battle cry


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WITH ELECTIONS “AROUND the corner”, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart yesterday rallied his troops to recommit themselves to the Democratic Labour Party’s (DLP) core principles and values.
Confidently declaring, “We will win the next election!”, Stuart said while victory may be theirs “for the taking”, it would demand hard work, discipline, sacrifice, clarity of purpose and an unfailing commitment to duty.  
Calling to mind the words of Roman poet Virgil, “possunt quia posse videntur” – “we can because we think we can” – Stuart said such a winning mindset must be their weapon to rout their adversaries.
He also said some had misinterpreted the DLP’s silence as a sign of inactivity and “unreadiness”.

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