Charles ‘Spice’ Lewis (CMC) – The newly formed Political Prostitutes Party (PPP) says it will not be contesting the upcoming general elections after all as Barbadians still await the date to be announced by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart. The PPP, which had originally indicated its intention to contest the polls that must be held no later than June, said it has not been able to get candidates to contest all the 30 seats in the election. “We are going to miss this election simply because the recruitment process is not complete as yet. I am still searching for candidates to represent us throughout most of the constituencies, so it won’t be happening this election for sure,” said PPP leader and founder, Charles “Spice” Lewis. He told the online publication, Barbados TODAY that while several people had expressed an interest in representing the party at the election; the majority had failed to meet the required standard. “Persons who wish to join the PPP must have a genuine interest in improving Barbados’ social and economics; be willing to change the political status quo; have a business and entrepreneurial mind-set; and must be in favour of legalising, decriminalising or regulating prostitution and other… Read full this story
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