Scores of supporters, some armed with placards, were gathered in Heroes Square, The City, to join Leader of the Opposition Barbados Labour Party Mia Mottley in her march for a repeal of the controversial Municipal Solid Waste Tax.
Among BLP parliamentarians in attendance was Kerrie Symmonds who had earlier indicated that he was not backing the repeal call.
However, visibly absent was former Prime Minister Owen Arthur who has said he is staying away as a matter of principle.
The majority of those gathered were dressed in white. However, there are those who have opted to dress in the BLP colour – red. A truck with music is also on hand.