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Poll reflects ‘desire for change’


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The following is the response from the Barbados Labour Party to the Cadres mid-term poll.

THE BARBADOS LABOUR PARTY is bouyed by the high level of support from Barbadians as revealed by the mid-term poll and the high approval rating of our leader, Mia Amor Mottley, for leadership of the country.

As a party this is our signal to renew our commitment and not fall into the trap of complaceny. We recognise that it is critical that we represent Barbadians across all 30 constituencies in the country in the face of a Government that has failed to implement even its own flawed policies and has nothing new to offer to solve the several problems that have arisen from its mismanagement of the economy.

It is noteworthy that by a 4 to 1 margin, Barbadians believe that the country is off track and a vast majority – 52 per cent – want elections and indicated that it was time for a change in government.

This movement of the public away from the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) means that the BLP is currently enjoying the confidence of the people.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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