The Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP) has a new President and Executive after the previous council was ousted at the annual general meeting.
BAMP sources say the shake-up occurred at the annual general meeting that had been postponed from May due to the COVID 19 pandemic. It was held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre and online last evening.

They say an unprecedented motion of no confidence in the BAMP Council was passed. The entire BAMP Council was asked to resign and to seek a new mandate of support from the General Body and the motion passed, despite attempts to disallow it. 

Dr. Lynda Williams was elected unopposed as the new president of BAMP. The BAMP source added that sweeping changes were instituted with a new, young council instituted after voting members showed their displeasure with the incumbent council and it’s handling of the association’s affairs.