Daily Archives: June 3, 2008

Barbados Government’s 140 Days Of Broken Promises – In Four Easy Steps

UPDATED: December 19, 2011

Here we are after almost four years of Democratic Labour Party government and no Integrity Legislation that the DLP promised. There’s no promised Freedom of Information law so the politicians can still do what they like and hide. No accountability. No conflict of interest rules so government officials can award contracts to their own companies. In the last four years several officials have done just that and continue in their employment.

This post was originally published in June 2008 when we decided that we had been fooled. LOOK AT THE COMMENTS by the DLP supporters calling us down to the lowest. We were called everything under the sun because that Integrity Legislation was right around the bend.

Where are these DLP apologists now? What do they have to say four years later?

The DLP lied to us. They are lying still, and so are the BLP. Who are you going to vote for? For me, my vote goes to “Anybody except the DLP and BLP”.

BFP’s original story, first published June 3, 2008…

DLP’s Broken Promises in Four easy to understand steps…

Step #1… Promise Those Foolish Bajans That You Will Deliver On Integrity, Transparency and Accountability

Step #2… When Voters Express Doubts: Act Sincere, Repeat Promises

January 3, 2008

Hello BFP folks

Apologies for not getting back to you much sooner.

DLP leader David Thompson hosted a press conference today where he distributed the attached documents dealing with a proposed legal framework to promote accountability, transparency and accountability in public life and fight corruption. Continue reading

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