George Wehner, the United Progressive Party’s Mobilization Officer, says he does not know what caused the technical difficulties that delayed the prompt start of the Party’s second virtual meeting on Tuesday night, April 13.
The event, which was set to begin streaming at 6:30 p.m. with a panel discussion, was delayed by more than an hour due to a number of technical challenges. And there was a great deal of behind-the-scenes maneuvering in order to get it started, Wehner says.
Appearing on radio this morning, he offered an apology to the many supporters and well-wishers who were disappointed by the late start.
Wehner says the broadcast system and equipment were tested for several days, and up to mere hours, before the virtual public meeting was scheduled to commence.
But, to their consternation, as the event began, a barrage of technical issues manifested.
While he has his own theory of what might have taken place, the Mobilization Officer says the Party will not be deterred, and it will continue its campaign to rid the country of the Gaston Browne Administration.
Wehner had promised, earlier, to release the date of the UPP’s third virtual meeting; however, he says he is withholding it for now since, technically, something seems to be “rotten in Denmark.”

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