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Call for radical changes

RACHELLE AGARD, rachelleagard@nationnews.com

Added 24 June 2019

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Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley.

OPPOSITION LEADER Bishop Joseph Atherley says it is time that several critical factors affecting Barbadians’ standard of living undergo radical reform.

“We need to take a serious look at land policy in Barbados. In a circumstance of small size, we need to relook building policy. We need to review foreign land ownership privileges.

"We need to re-examine the matter of land concentration in the hands of a privileged minority,” he declared during a service at First Baptist Church on Constitution Road, The City, yesterday to mark the establishment of the People’s Party for Democracy and Development (PdP).

The new party, which Atherley previously said was formed last November, was officially launched on June 8.(RA)

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