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PREVILLE SPEAKS OUT AGAINST THE UWP ADMINISTRATION

Economist Dr. Claudius Preville is a man in high demand the world over for his expertise. On Tuesday, the self-proclaimed life-long member of the united workers party took time-out to launch a scathing critique of the current UWP administration. Dr. Preville says the government has underperformed in all key sectors …

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ELECTORAL COMMISSION PREPARES FOR ADVANCE POLL

Some Saint Lucians are gearing up to head to the polls early this week. The electoral commission is putting the finishing touches on preparations for advanced polling on Friday July 23rd and the overall general election on Monday July 26th.

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A THREE WAY BATTLE FOR MICOUD SOUTH?

Like Gros Islet, there is another three way race in this year’s election. Nomination day saw three contenders wrapping up the formalities of their candidacies for the prized seat of Micoud South.

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FRANCIS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY OF DR. ANTHONY IN VF SOUTH

The United Workers party’s Vieux-Fort south candidate, Hermangild Francis is optimistic of his chances at the polls. Francis who was in the la Ressource community on the weekend, has the mammoth task of dethroning the 5th term parliamentarian, ex-prime minister dr. Kenny Anthony.

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CHAMBER CONCERNED OVER SPATE OF ARMED ROBBERIES

The executive director of the Saint Lucia chamber of commerce Brian Louisy has expressed concern over a recent string of armed robberies at Well known businesses across Saint Lucia. Last week, men armed with guns raided three establishments, escaping with cash and items, while leaving hapless employees traumatized with physical …

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KING MAKES NOMINATION OFFICIAL IN INDEPENDENT RUN

Stephenson King appears unfazed in his bid to contest the next general elections. The former prime minister delivered the required paper work on Friday. Nomination day in St. Lucia saw the blue patriot surrounded by a sea of supporters, showing their allegiance to the independent candidate.

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