Minister Musa Reacts to Court’s Decision: Shyne Barrow to Remain on Voters’ List
The Minister of Home Affairs, Kareem Musa, has weighed in on the court’s decision to have the Leader of the Opposition, Moses Shyne Barrow remain on the voters’ list for the Mesopotamia area. In October, two former People’s United Party aspirants filed an objection to Barrow’s registration in the area. However, after careful deliberation, the Chief Magistrate ruled there was not enough evidence to prove that Barrow did not reside at the King Street address where he was registered. Over the weekend, Musa was asked to comment on the matter and he gave a snarky response.
Karem Musa, Minister of Home Affairs, Area Representative for Caribbean Shores: “All I have to say about that is I’m extremely happy that he was accepted in Mesopotamia because what that means is he’s no longer voting in Caribbean Shores. So I’m just glad for that.”
The ruling was delivered last Friday. ///