Husbands: DLP doesn’t keep manifesto promises
Barbados Labour Candidate for St James South Sandra Husbands does not believe the Democratic Labour Party treats its manifesto as a contract.
“They have not had time for you. They have not reported back to you on any of the many issues facing Barbadians,” Husbands told a meeting at Redman Village, St Thomas earlier tonight.
Husbands accused the DLP of setting out promises in their manifestos, but then not ensuring most of the promises were delivered.
“The Barbados Labour Party will not do that. We see a manifesto as a contract with the people,” she told those on hand.
Husbands said that the Labour party would have continuous conversations with the people regarding the progress of everything promised in their manifesto, and not just every five years in a campaign before an election. (BA)