The DLP celebrates its 60th

The ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) today kicked off its 60th anniversary celebrations with a church service at the St Paul’s Anglican church, Bay Street, St Michael.
Prime Minister Freudel Stuart addressed the large gathering of party stalwarts and supporters, including former Prime Minister Sir Lloyd Erskine Sandiford, retired jurist Sir Frederick Smith, economist Sir Frank Alleyne and former parliamentarians Sir Evelyn Greaves and Dame Maizie Barker-Welch.
Several Cabinet ministers, as well as representatives of the Senate, were also in attendance.
From left, Commerce Minister Donville Inniss, economist Sir Frank Alleyne, Finance Minister Chris Sinckler and Senator Verla DePeiza.
Seated up front is DLP stalwart Dame Maizie Barker Welch and to the right of her is Senator Dr Esther Byer.
From left, Elenor Blackett, Social Care Minister Steve Blackett, Education Minister Ronald Jones, Culture Minister Stephen Lashley, Housing Minister Denis Kellman and Foreign Minister Senator Maxine McClean.


The Prime Minister in conversation with rector of St Paul’s, Rev. Wayne Isaacs.

2 Responses to The DLP celebrates its 60th

  1. lswiltshire April 26, 2015 at 8:20 pm

    The Lord must be look down and puke!

  2. Bobo April 27, 2015 at 9:32 am

    I surely agree with the first comment —I’m sure the Creator is wondering–Why all Black political leaders are interested in a building here –a building there —the next project DLP new office building cost 10 million Bds or Us meanwhile the education development–public roads and the QEH are in shambles.

    And who is footing the bill —- And who sit ‘s behind closed doors and allowed such evils to overtake our country –You the Populations– because the majority do-not know of their ”Rights”


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