Union President Hopes for Serious Charges Against Erwin Contreras Amid Port of Belize Dispute

Union President Hopes for Serious Charges Against Erwin Contreras Amid Port of Belize Dispute

The silence of the unions was broken today when President of the Public Service Union, Dean Flowers, spoke out on the Definitive Agreement, and Erwin Contreras.  With the Port of Belize looking to bring a claim of damages against Contreras, Flowers told Love News that it is his hope that he will face some serious charges.

Dean Flowers, President, Public Service Union: “If there will be any lawsuit against the former minister who signed that I welcome that and I would hope that there would be multiple lawsuits against him so that a strong message can be sent for elected officials that no it is not good to be disingenuous and anti-nationalistic to this country. But in all honesty I think his behavior is a reflection and they may want to deny it, the former prime minister may want to deny it but the reality is his behavior is a reflection of the last administration and how rogue they had become and how unchecked corruption was following the early losing or loss of the two sided machete that was supposed to address corruption. So I welcome any lawsuit against that kind of individual.” 

There’s more up ahead from the PSU, so do stay tuned.

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