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“RAS IPA” CONDEMNS CALLS FOR JOACHIM HENRY’S ARREST

A call for the arrest of former senator Joachim Henry by one concerned citizen, has elicited swift condemnation by the president of the empirical Ethiopian world federation incorporated. Allegations of double standards have been levelled in the wake of the confrontation at the SDA church in Forestiere.

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NATIONAL TRUST TAKES GOV’T TO COURT

The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) is pursuing legal action against the state over the demolition of the royal gaol. The chair of the trust says the SLNT is seeking a declaration of wrong-doing and costs of punitive damages.

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CONCERNS OVER STATE OF EMERGENCY LINGER

Despite the resolution extending the covid-19 state of emergency in the house of assembly, the opposition Saint Lucia labour party and concerned citizens continue to harbour reservations about the measure. Notwithstanding their differences, members of both sides of the aisle encouraged Saint Lucians to get vaccinated and follow the protocols.

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AUTHORITIES REJECT ICAR REQUEST TO TAKE GANJA TO SVG

National security minister, Hermangild Francis says while he supports the move toward marijuana law reform, he cannot be asked to break the law. The authorities recently turned down a request from the Iyanola council for the advancement for Rastafari, to export cannabis from Saint Lucia to volcano-stricken saint Vincent and …

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ALEXANDER CALLS FOR HENRY’S ARREST

A concerned citizen and outspoken activist is urging law enforcement officials to uphold the law and dispense justice without fear or favour. Aaron alexander of the Iyanola Council for the Advancement of Rastafari says justice must be served despite political affiliations, or religious background. His calls come in the wake …

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PM HAILS STATE OF EMERGENCY EXTENSION

The house of assembly on Tuesday night passed the resolution to extend the state of emergency. Prime minister Allen Chastanet rejected any calls for the government to rethink its approach–praising his government’s handling of the pandemic crisis.

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