Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says he is not worried at plans by the main opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to file a motion of no confidence in his Administration.
“This is the third no-confidence motion that is being brought by the leader of the Opposition since the DLP (Democratic Labour Party) came into office. The first was brought against the late David Thompson, one was brought against Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler and this is the third one now,” he told supporters over the weekend.
Last Friday, BLP leader Mia Mottley told a news conference that over the past 13 weeks, Barbados has been on auto-pilot “lurching from crisis to crisis”.
“We cannot have a government by stealth, a government by rumour and a government by anonymity,” BLP and Opposition Leader Mottley said, adding that this all adds up to “no government at all”.