“If (former Prime Minister Owen Arthur) thinks that the debates are poor-rakey, he should attend Parliament more often and join in the debate with a view to raising the bar,” Inniss suggested.
“Since Parliament reconvened a year ago, there have been about 24 sittings. Mr Arthur attended about 50 per cent of those sittings and spoke on three occasions. The people of St Peter in particular, and the people of Barbados in general, need to ask whether he is affording them proper representation. But his track record certainly does not give him the moral authority to comment on anything that transpired in Parliament.”
… from The Nation: Come To House More, Arthur Told