Winston Connolly says he bears no animosity towards government, he just needs to make sure his Private Member’s motions see the light of the day.
That’s what the independent representative for George Town tells us, after his recent departure from the ranks of the government caucus.
Mr. Connolly worked as a councillor with the education and employment ministry, until now.
“I am willing to work with the government on things they bring which benefit our people. I left primarily so that I could ensure my Private Member’s motions see the light of day without being at the mercy of the premier and his party,” said Mr. Connolly.
The GT MLA also tells us he has no plans to unseat the current Opposition Leader Hon. McKeeva Bush.
This was brought into question as the independents now outnumber Mr. Bush’s party by two.