Barbados Labour Party (BLP) leader Mia Mottley is warning the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) not to sell lands owned by the failed Clico firm that is indebted to Barbadians, without approval of elected law-makers.
Speaking last night at the opening of the campaign office for the BLP St John Candidate, Charles Griffith, Mottley said the DLP is currently governing the island without a parliament.
Mottley said if lands are sold without parliamentary approval, her party will take action to recover them in the name of Barbadians.
She noted that for the 2018 general elections, the BLP has assembled a fully qualified team to meet the needs of the country.
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