Assemblies to give public say
RALPH THORNE, chairman of the Thorne Commission on Local Governance, challenged the people of Barbados to make their voices heard at the planned people’s assemblies.
He said through the 20 people’s assemblies proposed, the public will have to show how committed they are to the process and to change.
Thorne, also a Member of Parliament, said during a media briefing on Friday at the Warrens Office Complex that the intention of the assemblies was to “formalise the voice of the people”. (CM)