Deputy Prime Minister urged to update the constituents on position
|Hon. Sam Condor
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, DECEMBER 12TH 2013 (CUOPM) – St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party supporters in West Basseterre are loudly complaining that they are yet to hear from the Labour Party Parliamentary Representative, the Hon. Sam Condor.
A caller to the weekly radio programme Ask the Prime Minister on Tuesday complained bitterly the Mr. Condor, the Deputy Political Leader of the Party and the Deputy Prime Minister has not telling them of his position with regards to the Party and Government in light of public statements and other activities.
“I want to thank that last caller for the information that he has shared because here again he is saying that he is a voter of Constituency #3 (West Basseterre), who voted for the Labour candidate, the Deputy Prime Minister, and up to now, the Deputy Prime Minister has not been back to them to explain what his position is with regard to what is happening,” Dr. Douglas said.
“There is still I believe, that there is still time for the Deputy Prime Minister to do that. In fact it will be good for the Deputy Prime Minister to be in the meeting tonight (Tuesday), so that he will be able to give full explanation to the comrades in Constituency #3 as to exactly what is happening and what his position is,” added Dr. Douglas.
“I am always one who leaves room for open discussion and so I believe that the Deputy Prime Minister must and at some stage speak to the issue whether it is tonight at his constituency meeting or otherwise but let us leave room for that open discussion to take place,” said Prime Minister Douglas.