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Candidates making professional sacrifices, says Mottley


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Barbados Labour Party (BLP) leader Mia Mottley says the three candidates running for the BLP had to make career sacrifices to run in the May 24 General Elections.

Making a brief speech at a BLP mass meeting in Church Village, St Philip, Mottley said two-time calypso monarch John King had to give up his main job as a Government social worker to be the candidate for St Philip West.

Mottley also indicated the Indar Weir Travel Centre has not benefitted from any Government contracts since  Weir decided to contest a seat for the BLP. Weir is running against Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite in St Philip South.

The BLP leader also said Dr Sonia Browne, who is opposing the DLP’s Michael Lashley in St Philip North, has also suffere the loss of many patients who support the DLP as they no longer visiting her office for medical attention. (EZS)


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