The Government is the servants of the people and the people of Bermuda entrust the Government to ensure that all of its people are treated equally, have equal opportunities, and must have equal protection under the law.
- The Government must implement a program specifically designed to provide true economic opportunities for persons who historically have been prevented access.
- The Government must establish regulatory constraints over the market to ensure that the business community share the sacrifices and participate in practices that serve the common good recognizing that the economy must serve the people and not the other way around.
- Equal rights must be the same for ALL citizens in Bermuda, as suchs age cannot be a barrier for access to services, capital, and employment.
- The Government does not own public property but holds it in trust on behalf of the people and therefore should exercise proper stewardship that protects the assets of the people against privatization.