Jordan clears air
HE SAYS HE has no Desire to engage in any “back-and-forth” with Prime Minister Freundel Stuart.
But after hearing Stuart’s response to his recent comments, outgoing president of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association (BHTA) Colin Jordan said he felt compelled to speak again for the sake of accuracy.
Jordan is already on record as saying that while the Prime Minister had acknowledged receipt of the BHTA’s March 30 letter, two-and-a-half months later he was yet to honour the request for an urgent meeting.
Of new concern to him was Stuart’s suggestion that a meeting held with Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler on May 30 was in response to the BHTA’s letter to the Prime Minister.
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