Monday, April 22, 2024

Weir: No honour from the Dems

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A passionate Indar Weir has accused Prime Minister Freundel Stuart of dishonouring the Parliament of Barbados.

Speaking Friday night at a Barbados Labour Party meeting at Six Roads, St Philip, the candidate for St Philip South said Stuart did not bring credit to the country by allowing Parliament to be dissolved through the “effluxion of time”.

He mentioned that the Democratic Labour Party didn’t bring credit to Barbados by collecting road taxes and not fixing the roads.

Neither did two Cabinet Ministers who went into the sea in an attempt to show the sewage problems on the south coast, no longer existed.

Also speaking at the meeting, BLP leader Mia Mottley said the people of St Philip and St John were the most jilted by the DLP.

“The people of St Philip and St John have had their pride dented. You have felt it the hardest. They have turned their backs fully and completely on you,” Mottley asserted.

Both parishes have been represented in the House of Assembly by DLP parliamentarians during the last two terms of the DLP Government.

Mottley also revealed that she got the DLP manifesto from the Dems.

“They are going to spend the next six days trying to find out which one of them gave it to me,” she told the crowd as she wrapped up the joint St Philip meeting for BLP candidates for St Philip West and St Philip South, John King and Indar Weir respectively. (EZS)

 

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