PM cusses in House; Speaker says the language was unparliamentary

PM cusses in House; Speaker says the language was unparliamentary

In response to the Leader of the Opposition, Prime Minister John Briceño drops what by most accounts was unparliamentary language. In a passionate speech, the Prime Minister was regaling of his administration’s successes on the economic and infrastructure fronts. In his discussion, the PM was calling out the UDP for their failures but sometimes, passion gets in the way – and the PM dropped the “r-bomb”. That caused the Speaker of the House, Valerie Woods to warn him for the word, language –we note — the PM quickly apologised for. Also, take a look at Ministers Orlando Habet and Oscar Requena when the cuss word came out of the PM’s mouth. 

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