Opposition Leader of Barbados will seek to Table a Draft Resolution to Public Accounts Committee on NHC Tenders – Mia Mottley also vows if there’s continued Censorship of her Observations, then Overseas media will be alerted of her roadblocks!

It is only two and a half years since the Democratic Labour Party took office in Barbados, yet in that space many Bajans feel as though a decade or more of severe economic strain has been laid on them more squarely than any burden placed on the shoulders of Atlas.

Road Tax has doubled, petrol is on the rise again and this while salaries either remain at the same price or work-weeks have been slashed. Small contractors who wish to provide food and board for their families feel constrained by current practices at the NHC which led to the termination of DLP stalwart Marilyn Rice-Bowen despite her maintaining protocol & best practices as accepted within statutory boards.

It is ironic that Ms Mottley who previously wished to regulate the Internet for political coverage by blogs now welcomes Internet coverage as the Island's sole TV service has sought to curtail her exposure

It is ironic that Ms Mottley who previously wished to regulate the Internet for political coverage by blogs now welcomes Internet coverage as the Island's sole TV service has sought to curtail her exposure

Mia Mottley, QC & MP – Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition of Barbados – has sought to address these matters continuously, yet has been thwarted in visual coverage by CBC in the Pine. She has vowed to carry the fight to the Caribbean or the Barbadian Diaspora in the United States.

In the meanwhile, the Bajan Reporter has summarised the key points of her presentation in the above documentary with watermarked sub-titles for easy reference points.

Many St Thomas residents left no doubt they wanted to hear from the Opposition Leader on the state of Barbados' economy

Many St Thomas residents left no doubt they wanted to hear from the Opposition Leader on the state of Barbados' economy

This is the first stage in coverage of this monthly meeting for the BLP Constituency of St Thomas, with further details outlining a charity effort to boost Haitian schoolchildren.

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  1. Well, will anything come of it, why bother. In Barbados that will be forgotten soon. It will happen again before you can say anything.

  2. Hello from Boston! I found this really interesting. Thanks for the coverage. I will be back to check for more news as soon as I get the chance.

  3. Ha!Hey!Hah!. That’s amazing. You left out when she said Lashley got “Marilyn-itis”. But we cool.

  4. I have been reading your stories on the issue for the last couple of hours, and it is very informative and the video nicely cut. But I did want to let you know that there may be a reason Lashley won’t talk yet. Don’t you think, Thompy will call him out sick or not? I hope he has good answers!

  5. Amazing, seen the same thing in Hellene with Kenny Anthony a while back, so for me it isn’t really so suprising.

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