Tabor calls out PM

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Opposition Senator Damani Tabor, is calling out Prime Minister Gaston Browne, for attacking Trevor Walker for shedding tears in Parliament.
Walker, who is the member of Parliament for Barbuda, was moved to tears while he was debating the Bill to repeal the Barbuda Land Act on Tuesday.
The prime minister harshly criticised him, and called upon him to “stand up as a man in this house” and not to behave as a “cry-cry baby.” 
Tabor however recalled another instance when the prime minister and his wife, MP Maria Browne, were publicly moved to tears last year.
That moment was when Browne had just returned from a trip to the United Nations where he had made pleas for support to the sister isle in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
The PM was greeted by a welcoming party at the V.C. Bird International Airport where a nine year-old Barbudan, Alexander DeSouza, read a letter saying, ”I would like to thank you for the concern you displayed for the Barbudans before and after the passage of Hurricane Irma.”
The United Progressive Party’s P.R.O. who spoke passionately on Observer AM on the issue yesterday said that Browne’s comments to Walker were an extension of the “silly season” which he says has come to an end.
He then called on the PM to focus on giving an account for the Barbuda Relief and Reconstruction money and material and not on political attacks.

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