Barbados Today has done its own investigation and to date we have found no supporting evidence that a meeting took place in which the future of 10,000 public servants was discussed by Owen Arthur, Anthony Wood, Clyde Mascoll and Tyrone Barker as alleged by Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler.

One Response to Clarification

  1. Frank Gilkes September 18, 2012 at 6:40 am

    Since no evidence have been found to substantiate those claims by the minister, he should do the honorable thing and resign. We cannot continue to have persons holding such high office in this land who would set out to belittle the character of a former prime minister and others, who over the years have given of their talent and knowledge to build up this country. I say be truthful or step down now.


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