Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has denied that a Cabinet reshuffle is in the works.
Late last year, there was a report in another section of the media that Stuart was planning to make changes to his Cabinet early this year.
However, speaking to reporters following a ceremony to unveil the Yarico monument at Kendal Plantation, St John this morning, he said: “When the time comes and I think it expedient or necessary to restructure the Government of Barbados, I will do so.
“Ministers are carrying out their responsibilities and if at any stage I determine that I think that the relationship between a particular minister’s aptitudes and a job that I want done can best be done by asking that minister to function somewhere else I would do that.”
Stuart insisted that he has not made public statements about any reshuffle and he would not let anyone set his agenda.
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