DLP leader says BLP breached electoral rules – Barbados Today


Leader of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) Verla De Peiza has accused the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) of breaching the Electoral and Boundaries Commission (EBC) regulations by having a “political broadcast” on the eve of Wednesday’s St George North by-election.And she says the ruling party owes the Treasury $5 000 for the infraction.Addressing a political meeting at Sheffield Pasture, Lower Estate, St George on Tuesday night, just hours after a team of officials led by Prime Minister Mia Mottley visited the Lower Estate Quarry which has turned into a dump, De Peiza charged that the BLP leader’s speech on the occasion was in breach of the regulations that state “no political broadcast may be made on polling day or the day preceding polling day”.
Next Post

Steady flow to the polls in St George North - Barbados Today

Not even the early morning showers seemed to be able to delay almost 10 000 constituents in St George North from heading to the polls to vote in their next Member of Parliament (MP).To ensure that they did not miss their chance to place their X next to their chosen […]