Minister in the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Investment Marsha Caddle, says the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) is aware that many Barbadians are experiencing hardship, but they are calling on residents to stay the course.
“There are some parts of this adjustment that are difficult,” Caddle said Sunday at the Party’s first anniversary political rally at Carlisle Car Park, Bridgetown.
“This part of the adjustment and the transformation is the hardest part,” she said, while noting that the BLP had managed to pull the country back from the brink of disaster.
She called on Barbadians to “stay the course”, adding that “we know that weeping may endure for a night, but my Barbados Labour Party family, joy is coming in the morning”.
“There is an end in sight and we are putting the things in place, laying the building blocks. This time next year we are going to see growth, we are going to see jobs, we are going to see wealth. We are going to see Barbadians benefitting more and more and moving to the point where every Barbadian can be the best they can be.”