Owen’s warning to FreundelOpposition Leader Owen Arthur says the Barbados Labour Party is all set for the general election. ((Picture by Sandy Pitt.))
Sun, January 27, 2013 - 12:08 AM
PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart may end up with a “constitutional crisis” on his hands if he does not call a general election soon.
Opposition Leader Owen Arthur issued this warning during a Press conference his Barbados Labour Party held at its headquarters on Roebuck Street, St Michael yesterday.
Arthur, who reported that the BLP was now fine-tuning its 2013 manifesto, complained that even though the Democratic Labour Party had entered a sixth year in office, “there is no clarity as to when an election is going to be called”.
The failure to call an election “is assuming the dimensions of a moral issue as well . . . [and] it could trigger a constitutional crisis in Barbados if certain matters are not resolved”, he told reporters during a briefing attended by former ministers Mia Mottley, Dale Marshall and Clyde Mascoll. (JS)Please read the full story in today’s SUNDAY SUN, or in the eNATION edition.
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