UWP treasurer, Nancy Charles, says for citizens who want more discussion and dialogue about DSH, the government will make that happen.

However, she says the government will not change its course on making the DSH Pearl of Caribbean project a reality. Charles says despite the large turnout at the SLP national protest, the government will not be intimidated. She says the government is a duly elected one and received a mandate from the electorate to steer the economy. The UWP says if the SLP wants to be the ones to dictate on development and investment then they should have won the election. She says the scare tactics of the opposition will not be allowed to send the country into a panic.