(iWitness News) Former leader of the opposition, Arnhim Eustace, says he feels vindicated after the Court of Appeal decision this week to reinstate the two election petitions filed by the New Democratic Party (NDP) under his leadership.
“Very much so. That’s why I am here this morning,” Eustace told a press conference on Thursday when asked if he feels vindicated by the victory.
Eustace stepped down from the leadership of the NDP last November after 16 years at the helm, during which he led the party to four electoral defeats.
But he rallied the party after the December 2015 elections, challenging the results in Central Leeward and North Windward.