‘Hand outs and hand me downs not the answer’

- APNU’s Sydney Allicock tells House

APNU member Sydney Allicock is urging government to rethink its approach to crafting the budget, saying that representatives need to sit with residents of communities to have a firsthand view of needs and recommendations before making about spending.

“Hand outs and hand me downs are not the answer. In most cases the government rushes to address the effects of our problems but fail to see the cause of those problems. In the process, the problems persist and are multiplied because we are far removed from the centre,” Allicock said last Friday …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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