It has been more than four months since our elected representatives have met in the Legislative Assembly and there is still no word on when they will have their first session of the new year.
Bodden Town MLA and former Progressive Alva Suckoo is among those registering concern. “We need to get on with work, we have a lot to do, not sure why we are not.”
“Well they might say it is because of you, you and two others left,” Cayman 27 interjected. “Yes, I have seen a few fingers pointed my direction but the government has nothing to fear from the members who left. We are not going into the house to create mischief and just vote things down for the sake of voting them down. I don’t even think we have the ability to do that, the government still has the majority,” responded Mr. Suckoo.
Mr. Suckoo, along with his Bodden Town colleague Anthony Eden crossed the floor last year, leaving behind their PPM party.
Independent MLA Winston Connolly left the government benches as well.