It was an honour and a privilege to have been invited by the Members of the House of Assembly to lead them through the Report of the Constitutional and Electoral Reform Commission delivered to the Governor in August 2005. There was a total of three sessions held at the
The members of the House now have the self-imposed obligation to go to their constituents throughout the island and seek their views. The team from
In all this work, it will be important to bear two overriding factors in mind. I am concerned that there is a small but vocal group of persons with an agenda of their own. Maybe they have their own political ambitions. My fear is that they are intent on sabotaging the process of reform. It will require determination and self-confidence on the part of all Anguillians to ward off any coming assault on the reform process.
The second important factor is that when the members of the House meet with their constituents they have an obligation to remember that they are there to seek the views of the public. The Anguillian negotiating team will draw strength in