North Side MLA Ezzard Miller also says there could be the emergence of a third political party on the scene.
“I am likely to have a hand in it. I have had a hand in other parties that were formed and walked away from it because they didn’t function as a party, they became a one man operation and I didn’t want to be a part of it. But I think the country needs an alternative to McKeeva Bush and Alden McLaughlin,” he said.
Mr. Miller wouldn’t say how far along those talks had gone, but he did say he didn’t think a third party would result in vote splitting, giving either the Progressives or the CDP the reins of political power.