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Jul 14, 2020

Where Does Darrell Bradley Fit in the Future U.D.P.?

Darrell Bradley

With desertions under this leadership come in, all eyes are on Patrick Faber.  Senate President Darrell Bradley is one of the names popping up to fill one of those empty seats in the City.  With all the dynamic changes within the party we asked him on Sunday for a perspective on these sudden developments and where he fits in.


Darrell Bradley, President of the Senate

“Well I’m hopeful that the party will be able to do that, as you mentioned, I ran for party leader, withdrew my candidacy but I bear no ill will towards the United Democratic Party or towards any of the remaining candidates.  I had the pleasure of meeting with all of them, sitting with them, hearing their views, engaging with them in terms of policies, platforms, actions that I think would move the country forward and really hearing what their sense of vision and ideas for the party and the country were.  So for my part, will do whatever I can to ensure that coming out of this the United Democratic Party is united as one party and can move forward in relation to the general election and all the candidates who are currently in the race would do the same.  I think that the spirit of people who are out here supporting the United Democratic Party is that we come out of this with somebody who we can rally behind.  Somebody that can unify the party, somebody who would do the things that the public expects in terms of doing right by the Belizean people and somebody who can lead us into the general election for victory.”


Isani Cayetano

“What’s next for Darrell Bradley on the political front?”


Darrell Bradley

“Well I think I will always be involved in politics.  From a very young age I was involved in student leadership, church leadership, organization and so I am interested in politics as a career.  If it’s even teaching politics or working in law, so that I will always be a supporter of the development of Belize.  I think that I can have a good voice in relation to some of the ideas, especially in the areas of reform and transparency and so which have been things that I have spoken about, but I will always continue to be an agitator for the United Democratic Party and continue to be an agitator for certain policies that I think should be implemented to move the party forward.”


At news time, other U.D.P. ministers are said to be contemplating an exit and not serving under Faber’s leadership.

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