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SPOKESPERSON CONDEMNS SPEEDING VAN INCIDENT

The spokes-person for the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party has roundly denounced the video of a speeding van packed with UWP supporters, driving aggressively through a crowd of opposition supporters. SLP communications officer, Maundy Lewis is calling for cooler heads to prevail, as the 2021 election campaign season intensifies.

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PM LAUNCHES BLISTERING BROADSIDE ON SLP

Prime minister Allen Chastanet in an appearance on UWP media on Monday night, launched a scathing attack on the St.Lucia labour party, questioning the party’s leadership, accountability and transparency. The broad-side follows the opposition’s “pan Sunday” demonstrations through out Saint Lucia on the 5th anniversary of the 2016 election.

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PATIENT CALLS FOR CHANGE AT RESPIRATORY HOSPITAL

A recent patient at the respiratory hospital is calling for major changes at the medical institution. The appeal follows her experience at the Health-care facility after being admitted for a respiratory ailment. It should be noted that the concerned citizen says she was not suffering from covid-19.

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SLP SLAMS UWP’S 5 YEARS IN OFFICE IN VIRTUAL MEETING

The St. Lucia Labour party observed the 5th anniversary of the 2016 general election with a virtual public meeting. The event was filled with stump speeches which lambasted the ruling party’s tenure in office, while explaining the SLP’s public policies and plans, if elected to form the next government.

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UWP HOSTS FORUM TO MARKS 5TH ANNIVERSAY IN OFFICE

The ruling United Workers Party celebrated five years in office with a nationally televised forum on Sunday June 6th. The Allen Chastanet administration which acknowledged a number of challenges during its tenure in office, not only outlined its perceived achievements, but also articulated the government’s plans for the future.

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SLP AND UWP SUPPORTERS HIT THE STREETS ON PAN SUNDAY

Prime minister Allen Chastanet has responded to the pan Sunday wake up call outside his personal residence on Sunday June 6th. In a video posted to his social media accounts, the political leader of the united workers party appeared unfazed at the apparent protest action near his home. Chastanet who …

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HEALTH MINISTER ON LACK OF X-RAY MACHINE

Staff members at the St. Jude hospital at the George Odlum stadium have scored a major victory in the long-standing industrial relations row with management. The surprising development comes on the heels of protest action last week over a host of issues, including poor working conditions and wages.

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ANOTHER HARROWING WEEKEND FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

The men and women of Saint Lucia’s emergency services were faced with another harrowing weekend of mishaps and unfortunate incidents. The St. Lucia fire service had to contend with the aftermath of bouts of violence and traffic accidents.

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