THE United National Congress (UNC) is criticising Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's decision to take a weekend trip to Barbados amidst the controversy surrounding the inter-island seabridge.
Rowley left Trinidad on Friday and will return tomorrow.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert is acting as Prime Minister in his absence.
The Office of the Prime Minister shared no details of the PM's trip, saying only it was a personal trip paid for by the Prime Minister himself and not by the State.
In a statement yesterday, UNC public relations officer Anita Haynes said the PM had gone on his “seventh vacation”.