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OPPOSITION?LEADER?Mia Mottley is demanding that Government be forthright in releasing the findings of the latest surveillance report of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Barbados, which goes before the executive board of the IMF?today.
Speaking last night at the ninth People’s Assembly before a packed school hall at Ellerslie Secondary, Mottley stopped short of stating that the Freundel Stuart administration would feel the wrath of the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) if the findings were kept quiet.
“The message from this platform is if the Government chooses not to share with us what the IMF tells them, then that will be worse than anything the IMF would have written in it,” she said to thunderous applause.
Mottley said that the IMF was clearly calling all the economic shots.