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SLP Condemns UnitedPac Over Unfounded Accusations Against Prime Minister Philip J. Pierre

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UnitedPac, a known mouthpiece of the United Workers Party, continues to issue false and unfounded statements on their media pages, against the Political Leader and Prime Minister, Hon. Philip J. Pierre.
In an effort to protect his good name, the Political Leader has written to this media house to immediately remove these libelous accusations from their pages.
The Saint Lucia Labour Party condemns the repeated and dangerous actions by UnitedPac and unequivocally supports and applauds the Political Leader for his bold decision to clear the air on these untruths and protect his reputation.
The time has now come for the UWP and its operatives to come forward and present evidence to justify their accusations or face further legal action.
The SLP recognizes that this is an honest effort to stop the spread of false information that continues to harm the general public and the reputation of Members of Parliament.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Operatives of both parties do the same thing. So what is good for the goose is good for the gander. Amen. Why make this an issue for legal action ?

  2. Phill: Common now, I hope you’re not serious; I thought all along you were in politics for sooo long. Listen Pal, I don’t know who put you up to that, but if we have to sue your opposite for every idle word spoken, then you would spend all day in Law Court rather than doing the work you’re paid to do. But if I can remember didn’t you guys spend a whole lot of loot trying to find sh++t on Guy? what happened? Phil my boy time to grow up that’s politics – see what’s happening in the States right now. Phil don’t allow yourself to be swayed by self-centered local Lawyers and others with hidden agendas, be the bigger guy the matured politicians, people will respect you for what you achieve, not what happens in a Court room in St. Lucia; Hillier do not have respect outside of St. Lucia, the same for a lot in the Cabinet, so be wise. For the good of the Country, We Pray for Blessings.

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