Kudos to opinion writer Ball

  • Called out: Rolfe Commissiong (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

    Called out: Rolfe Commissiong (Photograph by Akil Simmons)


Dear Sir,

I would like to congratulate Vic Ball on his brilliant opinion article in The Royal Gazette on October 14.

Frankly, I had to read the article over twice, as I felt I must have misunderstood what he wrote.

I am delighted that the Progressive Labour Party recognises the need to encourage outside investors to invest in Bermuda, hopefully, particularly in the Economic Empowerment Zone. However, I cannot understand how this will appear to their supporters, who are dead against any foreign investors.

How can Rolfe Commissiong continue his mission against what he calls the land grab in Tucker’s Town when his own government has legislated something very similar, whereby an area in Bermuda will be opened to foreign investment so that improvements can be made?

Just asking.

BRIDGET M. MARSHALL

Smith’s

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Published Oct 26, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Oct 27, 2019 at 4:43 pm)

Kudos to opinion writer Ball

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