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Barbadians can expect  to hear from Prime Minister Freundel Stuart more often as the country grapples with the current economic difficulties.
Often accused of being silent on issues, the Prime Minister told members of the media yesterday he was prepared  “to make sure that the politics  of explanation catches some root here in this country and replaces the politics of harangue and bombast”.
His words echoed sentiments he expressed at the Democratic Labour Party’s 58th Annual Conference last weekend as he defended Government’s decision to make Barbadians pay their tuition fees at the University of the West Indies.
“I do not fight battles until  I have to . . . . Let the enemy know that you are not dealing with a kitten; you are dealing with a real warrior,”  Stuart told his DLP members  on that occasion.

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