Counting delayed as stations await special boxes
Barbadians continue to wait in anticipation to find out who will be their next Members of Parliament and particularly which party will govern the country for the next five years.
Reports indicate that while ballot boxes have been delivered to various stations across the island, vote counting has not started as yet.
This as the special boxes from last weeks voting for persons such as election workers and members of the Royal Barbados Police Force have not arrived.
While all 18 boxes from voting in St Micahel North East today are at the counting station in St Matthews School, election clerk Adrian Walcott said that the special box from the Electoral Boundaries Commission (EBC).
The candidate for Solutions Barbados, Kemar Stuart, was present at the school.
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