By BBN Staff: At yesterday’s house meeting, Cayo South area representative, Julius Espat shared his concerns about the escalation of crime in his constituency and the country.
Espat also spoke about Sr. Supt. Howell Gillett’s comments on the media about charging 20 Teakettle village protesters for burning tires on the road.
PM Barrow agreed with Espat that more attention must be given to the Cayo South constituency and said, “ We clearly live in a violent country.”
Barrow went on to say that “and it’s true to say that this phenomenon of violence is a crisis”.
Barrow told parliament that Government is bound to react in exactly the way he( Julius) has petitioned.
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