BLP plans for public meetings
THE BARBADOS LABOUR Party (BLP) will be starting the year in a “serious mode of engagement” with the people of Barbados in light of what they say is the silence of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) on critical issues.
They will be hosting a series of “people assemblies” featuring members from both party and public.
During a Press conference yesterday at its headquarters, Roebuck Street, The City, first vice-chairman Dale Marshall said there were “obvious political solutions” to the problems Barbados was facing and Barbadians had a right to hear them.
“We want to give the public of Barbados an eye into the BLP’s process of engagement. People are crying out that they need to hear the Prime Minister and Government on these difficult issues which affect this country at this time but it is the right [of] the country to hear the BLP’s perspective as a political party.”