Sunday, April 14, 2024

‘No push’ to get Government out


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WILD TALK and foolishness.

Those are just two of the terms being used to describe suggestions that the private sector is part of a scheme to prevent the re-election of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP).

There have been claims in political circles that certain private sector operators were holding back on major projects in an attempt to stymie the ruling administration’s chances of political success, but some business leaders say count them out of such allegations.

Eddy Abed, the president of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce Industry (BCCI), made it clear in an interview that he was not aware that any group in the private sector was involved in a movement for a change of administrations. (GE)

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


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