Thursday, April 18, 2024

Into the blue


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LET THERE?BE clean and honest “politicking” during the current campaign leading up to the February 21 general election.
This is the call of the Barbados Christian Council (BXC) as the two major political parties and a few independents explain to prospective voters daily why they should be elected to the House of Assembly.
Chairman of the BXC, Monsignor Vincent Blackett, told the DAILY NATION yesterday the council would be monitoring the campaigns.
It expected that politicians and party supporters would do everything within their power to keep in mind “that each individual
has a God-given dignity which must be protected”, he said.


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