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Talk On The Street Flashback: Petition Verification? And Then What?

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Talk On The Street Flashback: Petition Verification? And Then What?

With the recent news of the petition to hold a referendum on the cruise port being almost completely verified, a questions came to mind. Our reporter wanted to check the public’s pulse on this issue. The specific question posed was, “Will the petitions be verified, and what will happen after that?” Below are the responses of 15 individuals.

 

 

Joe, Caymanian, 35:

“I think that the government will cooperate and let the referendum happen. They believe it won’t pass anyway.”

 

 

Nigel, Caymanian, 48:

“The government will fight it the entire way. Ultimately, they will lose, though.”

 

 

Miguel, Caymanian, 62:

“There will be no port. We the people will stop that.”

 

 

Jean, Caymanian, 68:

“It will be verified and the referendum will happen. I don’t think it will pass though.”

 

 

Wayne, Caymanian, 53:

“The whole thing will pass.”

 

 

Vernon, Caymanian, 55:

“I don’t know what will happen. I just know that I don’t want the port.”

 

 

Keith, Caymanian, 21:

“Everybody is saying that the referendum is going to happen. I agree. But, whether it passes is another question.”

 

 

Lee, Caymanian, 46:

“I hope it passes. We can’t afford to destroy any more of our environment.”

 

 

Leslie, Caymanian, 51:

“I hope it does. And I hope that the people vote against the port too.”

 

 

Barbara, Caymanian, 43:

“We need the port but I think it will be stopped.”

 

 

Michael, Caymanian, 42:

“I hope that it is verified so I can get a chance to have my say at the polls. I’m for the port, by the way.”

 

 

Chester, Caymanian, 35:

“The government is hell bent on this port, but I think the referendum will happen.”

 

 

Bobby, Caymanian, 47:

“If there is a God, then the port will be stopped.”

 

 

Eric, Caymanian, 40:

“The government has tried everything to stop this, but it is fate. The people will speak loudly at the polls.”

 

 

Gina, Caymanian, 31:

“I hope it is, and I hope that the Caymanian people vote their conscience and strike down the port deal.”

 


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