Opposition in House walkout
A day of back and forth between Members in the House of Assembly ended on a controversial note Tuesday night when four Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) MPs walked out in a show of solidarity with colleague Ronald Toppin.
But don’t expect further protest from the BLP.
The long-serving MP for St Michael North was asked by Deputy Speaker Kenneth Best, to leave after he was accused of making derogotary remarks concerning Governor of the Central Bank, Dr Delise Worrell.
Toppin refused to apologize.
He was admonished once again by Best, who asked a second time for Toppin to withdraw the remark. (BA)
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