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BLP meeting with people parish by parish

JOHN SEALY, [email protected]

BLP meeting with people parish by parish

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THE BARBADOS LABOUR Party will be headed back to the people tomorrow with its People’s Assemblies at Foundation School, Christ Church at 7 p.m.

This was announced by party leader Mia Mottley at a media briefing at the offices of the Opposition, Parliament Building this morning.

Mottley said her party had taken a decision to go to the next level of its preparations in the relation to the promise they outlined in the Covenant of Hope document launched on May 6.

The party will also be restarting its Rubbing Shoulders programme on June 30 where it will meet with the agricultural sector.

“We felt that this would be an interactive process and to that extent, we will be launching our parish consultation tomorrow night June 23 at Foundation School.

“We believe that it is important that Barbadians have the opportunity to come and tell us how they think they can fix this country. You can’t educate a people and then treat them as uneducated,” she said.

She said the projects were not partisan.

“This is how we think governance should proceed and indeed we are committing ourselves having done so in the last three years.” (JS)