However, as the days go by, more and more focus will be placed on the two government ministers and parliamentarians who actually hold the key to the future of the current Administration of Prime minister, Dr. Denzil Douglas.
Already constituents of St. Christopher 3 and those of Number Seven are hinting that the time has come for their representatives, Sam Condor and Dr. Timothy Harris respectively to make it possible for them to be part of the dialogue about the issues related to the land swap for debt, the move to increase the number of senators and the Motion of No Confidence.
It is therefore in this regard that the Senior Minister and Chairman of the ruling Labour Party, Dr. Timothy Harris, has convened a meeting of his constituents for Saturday 8th December, 2012.
In a public notice issued on Friday afternoon, just hours after the cancellation of a planned sitting of the National Assembly, to debate the controversial Bill to increase the number of unelected senators in the parliament, Dr. Harris said he was inviting all Constituents of St Christopher #7 (Belle Vue to Ottleys) to a very important meeting with at the Edgar T. Morris Primary School, Tabernacle, at 10 am sharp.
As the parliamentarian for the area, it is speculated that Harris will be using the occasion of the meeting to update his supporters and the residents of the districts he represents in the Assembly, on some of the major challenges now confronting the government and the Labour party.
However both Harris and Condor have not publicly stated what their actions will be; whether to support the Resolution of No Confidence or to vote against it. The same holds for the senator Bill. Many are of the opinion however that they will not side with the Prime Minister. The rationale some said, is related to the poor relationships that exist between the Prime Minister and his two colleagues, who some feel have been disrespected too many times by their political boss.