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SLP NOTES PRIME MINISTER’S VINDICTIVE RESPONSE TO UWI LECTURER

The St. Lucia Labour Party views with dismay, but not surprise, the latest display of vindictive, punitive and authoritarian behaviour on the part of Prime Minister Allen Chastanet.  In responding to a Public Lecture delivered by St. Lucian citizen Dr. Tennyson Joseph to an audience in St. Vincent, instead of …

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Canada Based TOTAL PR Selected to Represent Saint Lucia

PRESS RELEASE:-(SAINT LUCIA) August 15, 2017 – The Saint Lucia Tourist Board has selected TOTAL Public Relations as its official PR agency in Canada to represent the destination. TOTAL PR will be responsible for developing and implementing a strategic public relation plan, with the overall objective of targeting key niche markets aimed at …

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OECS Commission to Celebrate Regional Professionals

(PRESS RELEASE) — The OECS Commission has embarked on a new initiative that seeks to feature the accomplishments of consummate professionals from OECS Member States making strides within the region and in the Diaspora. The project, which will highlight one outstanding OECS national per month, aims to encourage the region’s …

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Joachim Henry Denies Allegations Of Wrongdoing

The back-and-forth over the controversial national lotteries authority (NLA) minister’s account continues with senator Joachim Henry placing the burden of proof on the government. Both the government and the opposition have been engaging in a sparring session over direct awards and the execution of contracts. The latest row also involves …

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PM on Growing Crisis in Venezuela

In the wake of the crisis in Venezuela, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet revealed that he asked the immigration department to enforce restrictions on Venezuelans entering Saint Lucia. Chastanet continues to express concern about the island’s security concerns. He believes that Saint Lucia should make it difficult for Venezuelans to visit …

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Baptiste On Talk Of Visa Restrictions

Meanwhile, the opposition Saint Lucia Labor Party’s point man on International Relations, Alva Baptiste argues that talk of the imposition of visa restrictions on Venezuelas might be premature at this stage. Speaking at press conference on Tuesday, the former external affairs minister contends that the crisis calls for a more …

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Taiwanese Partnership Trade Show

The Commerce Department is laying the foundation for the annual Taiwan Partnership Trade Show. This year, the show will form part of the observance of business month in November.

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SLP Demands Answers from Allen Chastanet Administration

The Prime Minister returned from holiday and continues from where he left refusing to answer questions with any clarity.  On the issue of the sudden resignation of Jimmy Henry having been searched by immigration officials at a local airport, he claimed that he Jimmy Henry was doing an “amazing” job …

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