MP Hector gives Brantley seven days to resign
Published: Tuesday 30, May, 2017
By: Staff Writer
SKN PULSE – The judgment with regards to the Candy Resort Development is out.
Last night on Real Talk with Cory and Virge, MP for St. Paul’s and co-host for the night, Honourable E. Robelto Hector drew the public’s attention to a decision released six days ago.
According to Hector, the judgment in Anne Hendricks Bass v Director Physical Planning et al highlights the abuse of power, corruption. if I might say in terms of implication.
The MP further stated, “this is where the Deputy Premier, his wife and his business were all entralled in the deal which was orchestrated by him. The judge in the matter was not kind, he laid it out for what it is”.
Hector emphasized, it’s something that we (the Nevis Reformation) will be talking about alot in the coming weeks. Caretakers of the NRP can be heard on Freedom FM, (Issues), Choice FM, (Tell Me, On Target) and VON Radio, (Real Talk with Cory and Virge).
Hector said, “this is going to lead to the resignation of the Deputy Premier, if that is not the case, I give him seven days”. If he doesn’t, “a group of us would be coming forward to make that case for malfeasance in office, corruption and abuse of power and the judgement would be able to guide us”.