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Dr. William Duguid calls out Health Minister Donville Inniss “Carry your mother c–t”
contributed by “S” with takes from The Nation
Tempers flare in Parliament – William Duguid
BY: GERALYN EDWARD
Tempers flared earlier today in Parliament when debate degenerated into a verbal assault on a Government MP, while an Opposition member was barred from continuing his presentation and threatened with further sanction.
The drama unfolded during the post-lunch session of debate on a resolution to grant $614 000 from the Consolidated Fund to support Government’s National Summer Camps Programme.
During the session St Michael Central MP Steve Blackett accused the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) members of behaving as though they did “not liking poor people” because of their refusal to support programmes such as the free summer camps and free bus rides for school children.
However, when Christ Church West MP Dr William Duguid took to the floor, he charged that the entire Summer Camps Programme was a grand design by the ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) to win the next general election.
What did Duguid say to Inniss?
The Christ Church West MP then launched a verbal attack on St James South MP Donville Inniss questioning his suitability even to serve as a camp counselor.
And with wild cross talk from floor, chairman of committees James Paul stopped Duguid in his tracks blasting his behaviour and preventing him from continuing his address to the House.
He also instructed that the offending comments be struck from the records.
And what the Nation did not report was what really was said by Duguid, from a totally unprovoked position.
Well, well, well, today we saw the lowest of the low this evening coming from the mouth of the out going MP Duguid to have the shock and disgrace of listened to him say loud and clear coming over the radio this evening CARRY YOUR MOTHER C__T as part of his contribution in Parliament this evening.
This was triggered and he is annoyed because last week Minister Inniss said that instead of Owen asking about the assets of DLP MPs he should ask how is it that Duguid can live in Toronto and only visit Barbados for Parliament sittings.
The Nation carried the Minister’s comments and he was angered that Minister Inniss asked that publicly and that the press picked it up and carried the story.
The nation and our decent people call on Duguid to apologise to the entire nation and our children, he was no example of decency to a child here today, he should do so immediately as a result of his vile conduct in Parliament this afternoon his outburst was disgraceful and uncalled for and not expected from someone who has served in Parliament for too long.