Two Party System Failing The People

Submitted by The People’s Democratic Congress (PDC)

The BLP and DLP have governed Barbados in the post – Independence period

The People’s Democratic Congress (PDC) shall continue doing whatever it thinks that is politically legally possible to help the broad masses and middle classes of this country PERMANENTLY REMOVE the DLP and BLP from the parliament of this country within the next six years, and thereafter then, too, to help these said classes of people do the logically correct thing and ABSOLUTELY ELIMINATE these said DLP and BLP infidels once and for all from the political landscape of this country.

The facts are that these factions have – within the last 25 years or so – become two monstrous, and, indeed, two national disgraces and scandals – of unseemly proportions – that have clearly overspent their time in Barbados!

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  1. I support you 110% and i have already posited on this forum that political parties have outlived their usefulness and to regain trust in our system of governance,the perception of accountibility, and transparency must be improved. To do this we have to take back Parliament from the politicians by having officials elected to parliament from the bowels of the constituencies to look after the interest of the constituents and not the party. Parliamentarians can be assigned certain responsibilties as members of various oversight commiitees or ministries selected from among the members of parliament. These oversight bodies suitably staffed by persons of varying disciplines would decide policy and forward to the technocrats in the relevant administrative departments for execution. In this way, it is hoped that the chances of parliamentarians getting involved in corruption would be limited if not fully eliminated and the characters of parliamentarians would not be open to abuse based on rumor and speculation.. The various independent public service selection bodies would be restored to select persons for employment and to head the various government agencies.Appointments to such critical and important posts like the Chief Justice will be free of bias and gossip.There will be no need for a primus interpares. The role of meeting dignataries and shaking hands can be assigned to the speaker of the parliament or rotated on an annual basis among the parliamentarians. In this system, the role of the governor general and term limits for parliamentarians would eventually come under scrutiny.


  2. I support you 110% and i have already posited on this forum that political parties have outlived their usefulness and to regain trust in our system of governance,the perception of accountibility, and transparency must be improved. To do this we have to take back Parliament from the politicians
    by having officials elected to parliament from the bowels of the constituencies to look after the interest of the constituents and not the party. Parliamentarians can be assigned certain responsibilties as members of various oversight commiitees or ministries selected from among the members of parliament. These oversight bodies suitably staffed by persons of varying disciplines would decide policy and forward to the technocrats in the relevant administrative departments for execution. In this way, it is hoped that the chances of parliamentarians getting involved in corruption would be limited if not fully eliminated and the characters of parliamentarians would not be open to abuse based on rumor and speculation.. The various independent public service selection bodies would be restored to select persons for employment and to head the various government agencies.Appointments to such critical and important posts like the Chief Justice will be free of bias and gossip.There will be no need for a primus interpares. The role of meeting dignataries and shaking hands can be assigned to the speaker of the parliament or rotated on an annual basis among the parliamentarians. In this system, the role of the governor general and term limits for parliamentarians would eventually come under scrutiny.

    i have expanded on the comment but can i not further my agenda?


  3. Barbados is at moment amidst an economic crisis. The country additionally has attained high unemployment and also quite a large debt that continues to grow. Most people think DLP and BLP are making a mess.


  4. The BLP says it has a proud and enviable record of keeping promises. Whatever happened in the past cannot be changed [Al Barrack, the 75,000 cheque linked to Owen Arthur, the Arch Cot land linked to Mia Mottley, The VECO Corporation and the Nigerian Water Heater Project . . . . The DLP government is guilty of GREED and INCOMPETENCE. Truth is that both parties, the BLP and DLP had a party with greed and corruption. Now, what’s next, what’s next in line? What else will the BLP pull out of the hat?

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