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BVI: I didn’t resign from government out of bitterness — Malone

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(BVI News) Territorial At-Large Representative, Carvin Malone remains adamant that his decision to resign from the Government of National Unity and cross over to the parliamentary Opposition did not come from a place of bitterness.

Malone, who was Minister of Health & Social Development under the Andrew Fahie-led government, had his Cabinet position rescinded under the Dr Natalio Wheatley-led National Unity Government accommodate former Opposition Leader Marlon Penn.

“I am not at all bitter. I am only saying to you that if you involve the population in the decision-making process, whatever outcome comes of it, I am fine,” Malone stated.

The former Minister for Health also insisted that he was not ‘thrown out’ of the Cabinet.

He explained there was merely a proposal tabled to have the tri-partisan Government of National Unity, and this proposal required him to hand over his ministerial portfolio.

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