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Fred Mitchell On Leadership According To The Tribune

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viagra usa purchase decease times;”>image017In the face of the reports from two senior PLP Ministers that they intend to run for leader of the PLP and against the background of statements made before about his aspirations for the job, sildenafil advice rx Fred Mitchell MP made these comments on Wednesday 24th June at a press conference:

“I don’t comment on those issues. I work for the prime minister, he’s the leader of the party. I speak to him every morning. I’m the minister of foreign affairs, I’m his agent, so why would I, before a TV camera, say, ‘Look this is what I’m going to do, this is what I’m not going to do…

It’s not anything I’m going to say anything more on. I can tell you plenty stories, there’s a man called Karl Hudson-Phillips and every Caribbean politician remembers him.

  “Dr. Eric Williams, as the prime minister of Trinidad, he got up and said ‘I’m gone, I’m not running anymore.’ So he (Hudson-Phillips) says ‘Good, I’m going to run.’

 

 “Next thing you know, they hold the convention and the PM (Williams) says ‘Whoops I changed my mind,’ and that was the end of Hudson-Philips’ career.”

 

: “So I’m not getting in that, I don’t have anything to say on it, the prime minister and I speak every day and I know what to say if the subject comes up and that is the end of that for me.”