Commerce Minister Donville Inniss is not convinced that all is well within the Barbados Labour Party.
Speaking at the launch of the St James Central constituency office, Mr Inniss said there are still several unresolved issued between members of the party, including matters that are before the court.
Mr Inniss, who will be seeking to be re-elected to the neighbouring St James South seat, adds that despite what the detractors may say, the Democratic Labour Party has worked hard for Barbados.
Mr Inniss says the party has not done a good job at public relations and as a result, there is a lot of misinformation circulating.
The most recent, according to him, is the cell phone issue.
And the Democratic Labour Party candidate for the St James Central constituency is concerned about the length of time it takes for business transactions to be completed in Barbados.
But George Connolly, a business executive, has a strategy which he says can cut the process down to as few as two weeks to complete land transactions for example.
He was speaking at the opening of his constituency office at Sunset Crest, St James.
Mr Connolly says Barbados has the infrastructure already built through Town Planning, Corporate Affairs and other agencies.