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So be it!

Dawne Parris

So be it!

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HE HAS BEEN REPLACED as the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidate for the constituency he represented for 21 years, but Rawle Eastmond says he is at peace with himself and the party.
So, although the St James North MP is sticking to his guns that the controversial nomination process was flawed from beginning to end, he has no plans of taking the matter to court.
A day after Edmund Hinkson defeated Douglas Skeete in the election Sunday, Eastmond told the DAILY NATION he had “an absolute watertight case as far as natural justice principles are concerned” based on several events.
They range from the executive of the branch insisting on a vote in the first place to his not getting the opportunity to defend himself.
Read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION.