By Kaelanne Jordan
As religious leaders joined the nation in continuing the “vigil” that began 30 years ago, Her Excellency President Paula-Mae Weekes said it is “quite obvious” that the wounds of July 27, 1990 have not begun to heal; some of them have not even grown a scab.
“Our democracy still feels vulnerable. Many traumatised victims have not returned to their former selves. And the ripple effects of those five awful days keep rearing their ugly heads,” the president said at the National Day of Prayer, Sunday, August 2.