Cabinet Office Response To Online Petition Calling For “Premier David Burt To Resign”

“In a democracy every individual or group of persons have the right to express themselves and their views as they see fit. Bermuda’s affairs have been diligently and ably managed by the Premier, the Cabinet and all elected representatives, during a period unprecedented in Bermuda modern history.

That success has been achieved by a union of leadership and dedicated citizens who have collectively brought Bermuda to a place where tourism can be renewed and our economy rebuilt. Saturday’s event is cause for celebration and all media coverage outside of Bermuda has described how extraordinary it is for a luxury property to open on time and on budget in the midst of a global pandemic.

Demonstrating the technology that will allow a faster return to normality was an important part of Saturday’s event which enjoyed bipartisan support and attendance.

“With indoor dining now being enjoyed, hundreds of laid-off workers have been able to return to full-time employment. They can provide for their families, pay their bills and hold their heads high again as the weight of restrictions are lifted by the very technology that was used for the St. Regis large group exemption.

Economic recovery is the Government’s focus and that work is evident across the Island and it will be the constant effort until we see the recovery needed for our people.”
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