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Barbados Elects First Female PM in Opposition Landslide

Barbados elected its first female prime minister as the opposition inflicted a crushing defeat on the ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP), winning all the seats in the Caribbean island’s parliament, election results showed Friday.

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Mia Mottley Sworn in As Barbados' First Female Prime Minister

Telesur reports that Mia Mottley was sworn in today as Barbados’ first female and eighth Prime Minister. She is expected to name the rest of her Cabinet by Monday. 333 more words

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Barbados: ELECTIONS: Polling stations open, voting under way

May 24, 2018

Polling stations across the island opened at 6 this morning and residents are out in their numbers to cast their ballots.

From 5:30 in the morning, scores of Barbadians lined up outside the Barbados Community College to cast their ballot early. 166 more words

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#PopDownElections - Froons vs Mia vs...If Barbados had a National Debate

Barbados elections have not featured a nationally televised debate – between party leaders or otherwise – for the country’s last several elections.

This piece imagines what a 2018 Leader debate would look like, told from the perspective of the show’s producer… 687 more words

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Borrowing popular features of our Aruba model, the Barbados includes all of the same personality but in a smaller and more cost effective package. Endless configurations adapt easily to any outdoor space whether residential or commercial. 39 more words

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#PopDownElections - Why Politics and Religion Don't Fcuking Mix

Politics in Barbados is a fete.

Politicians, their parties & bases are the performers.

And you – the voting public – are the fete patrons. 1,025 more words

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Barbados: CARING COMMUNITIES CRUCIAL

Caring for one another starts in the community.

This is the contention of Director of Research at the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Dr. José Pereira, who made the comment in his opening remarks during a church service at St. 199 more words

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