THE DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY administration has no conscience and has failed at leadership, according to general secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU), Toni Moore.
In a no-holds-barred Labour Day address at Browne’s Beach, St Michael, yesterday, Moore said she was not going to allow the fear of being accused of being political to stop her from highlighting the union’s pressing concerns.
“We are deemed enemies of the state for speaking out, but the enemy we should be aware and afraid of is the enemy of our democracy, which is telling us that we can’t see wrong and speak about it without recriminations.
“So we must see back-door methods being adopted in hotel construction and keep quiet. We must witness approvals to establish a new berth in the Bridgetown Port and see attempts to introduce new ways of doing things there so port work is no longer for port workers and we can’t say anything.
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