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MINISTER OF CULTURE Stephen Lashley is all for Prime Minister Freundel Stuart being more engaged with the public.

Lashley stated his position Tuesday amid heightened tension between Government and trade unions and the private sector.

However, even as he made the case for a more “people-centred” style of governance, Lashley said he did not believe the head of government should be the only one holding public dialogue.

Speaking at an Emancipation Day lecture at the Barbados Archives Department, Black Rock, St Michael, he insisted that other members of the Social Partnership should do the same. (WILLCOMM)

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