Finance Minister Chris Sinckler defends the government’s programme aimed at restructuring the economy, in the wake of an IMF report on the state of the economy.
Members of the public begin to feel the effects of the strike by customs officers at the air and sea ports.
Barbados could soon have a family court, says former magistrate, Faith Marshall-Harris.

One Response to BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE – July 20, 2015

  1. freeagent July 21, 2015 at 7:07 am

    This is seven years that the government has been in power and it is trying to reduce Barbados’ debt. This will take time and rather than pulling the government down, Barbadians should devise ways to assist in whatever way they can. Those customs officers who do not want to join the BRA can accept positions in other departments or go home.
    The government also has an option on payday: delay salary payment. We cannot allow the tail to wag the dog, otherwise our children will continue to be deviant and we will have anarchy in our lovely country.
    Now is the time for all of us to come together for the good of the country.


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