Barbadians have been given their first of several opportunities to have their voices heard on Constitutional reform in the country.
The constitutional reform commission held it’s first ‘Have your say’ public consultation at the St. Michael School yesterday, which saw scores of Barbadians come out to share their recommendations on what a new constitution should look like.
Another participant questioned how Barbadians will be able to know that their recommendations will actually be considered, and called for transparency through the entire process.
Deputy Chairman of the Commission, Senator Gregory Nicholls, assured the audience that all submissions will be carefully considered
Deputy Chairman of the Constitutional Reform Commission, Senator Gregory Nicholls