“You have finally found a party you can vote for in 2013,” said former environment minister Glynis Roberts, telling supporters “we do not have all the answers for Grenada, but in moving forward, we are declaring that we do not want to any longer to be part of the problem.
“In other words, we will not open the old playbook, petty politics, quasi-dictatorship, corruption and laziness abound. The era of saying one thing and doing another must come to an end,” Roberts told supporters.
With the motto “United for People with the People” Roberts said “we are here to announce tonight, that though this dream of change has been delayed it is not forever denied; that though too many opportunities were squandered, they are not forever squashed.
Re-printed from CanaNews.com