Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves says that he can sue also every person who speaks at the village meetings being held by the opposition New Democratic Party across the country.
The NDP has been holding the meetings across the country, saying that it is taking its message to the people ahead of the general elections, which Gonsalves says will be held this year.
“Look, is the same way that since this scurrying around holding these little meetings with 10, 15, 20 people, In fact, if you read this stuff, and I’ve been reading them is really awful stuff they’ve been saying, you know, almost everybody who speaks at these meetings, I could sue them you know because feel that, they have nothing to say, they have a faithful of 10 or 15 people, 20, 30 perhaps,” Gonsalves said on WE FM on Monday.
“The biggest one they had was in Barrouallie and more than half the people down Bottle and Glass were Labour people heckling them, telling them they talking foolishness,” the prime minister said.
Gonsalves did not elaborate on the allegedly defamatory statements made at any of the meetings.