Patricia Duncan Sutherland has said she is in support of the People’s National Party’s decision not to have her contest the by-election in Clarendon South East. She argued that, while she was urged by her supporters in the constituency to contest the by-election, “sometimes in politics you have to take a stand on principle.” Mrs Duncan Sutherland dismissed suggestions that the PNP is afraid of losing the by-election, arguing that she has built a relationship with the constituents and is not worried as the general election approaches. She reiterated that the money for the by-election could be better used to fight crime and prepare for the coronavirus threat. She was speaking on the Morning Agenda on Power 106 Thursday morning.
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