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FRANCIS REPORTS PROGRESS ON IMPACS, SAYS U.S WATCHING ELECTIONS

Minister for national security senator Hermangild Francis dialogue continues with US officials in the hopes of bringing closure to the long overdue IMPACS report. During a strikingly candid sit-down on radio Saint Lucia, senator Francis claims the US will be watching the outcome of saint Lucia’s general elections very closely. …

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MAN SHOT IN DENNERY

The plague of gun violence continues to pose serious challenges for law enforcement and first responders. Another young Saint Lucian is laid up in the hospital with bullet wounds. The familiar refrain from the now customary casualty report from authorities comes the by way of the environs of Dennery.

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COVID-19 WARDENS NO MORE

It appears the covid-19 wardens are no more. 200 applicants were enlisted in the program to assist with the enforcement of covid-19 pandemic related protocols. National security minister senator Hermangild Francis, provided some insight on what the future holds for the peace officers during a wide-ranging interview on “that makes …

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HEAVY POLICE PRESENCE AT PARLIAMENT

There was a heavy police presence as parliament convened to debate the extension of the state of emergency on Tuesday. The royal Saint Lucia police force in a Facebook post on Monday said that they were aware of a planned protest. But despite this report, there was no sign of …

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FORMER PM QUESTIONS EXTENSION OF SOE

Former prime minister dr. Kenny Anthony is raising concerns about the state of emergency. During his contribution in the debate on the motion, the Vieux Fort south MP argues that the SOE was not the ideal legislative route.

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PM DENIES FLOUTING COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Critics are accusing the holder of the highest office of the land of flouting covid-19 protocols with little consequences, while others have been dealt a heavy-hand by law enforcement. But prime minister Allen Chastanet denies this is the case.

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PM MAKES CASE FOR STATE OF EMERGENCY EXTENSION

Prime minister Allen Chastanet is making the case for the extension of the state of emergency (SOE). In an interview with the media on Tuesday before debate in the house on the motion, the government leader said the SOE gives legal authority to impose the curfew, which is vital to …

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SDA CHURCH BREAKS SILENCE ON THE CONFRONTATION

The local Seventh Day Adventist church has finally broken its silence on the row between Castries south-east hopeful Joachim Henry and transport minister guy joseph. Henry confronted the Castries south east MP, interrupting a church service in progress at Forestierre on Saturday April 24th 2021.

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