Michael Dunkley, the Premier, has called on the disaffected Bermudian public to help improve the island’s political system through increased participation.
A Royal Gazette poll published yesterday revealed that 57 per cent of people believed that both the One Bermuda Alliance and the Progressive Labour Party had too much infighting for either to run the country.
All four of Bermuda’s leading politicians (Mr Dunkley, PLP leader Marc Bean, Bob Richards, the Deputy Premier and PLP deputy leader David Burt) were also widely chastised.
Asked to choose which politician they rated best on transparency, unity or trust, easily the most popular response from the public was none of them. Read More.