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Chastanet Announces New Date For National Address

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Opposition leader Allen Chastanet has announced a new date for his address to the nation, which he had postponed.

He had cited ‘unforeseen technical difficulties’ for postponing the originally scheduled Sunday, 28th January 2024 address.

“Tune in this Sunday, February 4th, 2024, at 8:00 p.m. for a National Address in which I will tackle several issues of national concern that demand our collective attention, even when our government may choose not to listen,” the former Prime Minister stated on Facebook.

“Together, we can work towards a brighter future for our beloved nation,” the United Workers Party (UWP) leader asserted.

The address can be viewed live on Hot7 TV, DBS, GVD TV, Sky FM Online, Rev Up 97.1FM, and Power FM 97.9.

People may also follow on Chastanet’s Facebook page.

Chastanet is expected to speak on topics such as rising crime, the higher cost of living, and the lack of access to essential medical care in his address.

Earlier this week, he declared that 2023 was a challenging year for many Saint Lucians.

Nevertheless, the Micoud South MP asserted that, given the government’s current stance, 2024 looks like it will be ‘more of the same’.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Man go take care of your father in this sad unorganized Hospital room you posted on FaceBook. If this basic hospital room is so unwell kept then it tells me and many others how you kept the finances and well being of St Lucia.

  2. Was it better under your watch ? Absolutely not… Not you cast blame on SLP for the nation current situation.. smh

  3. Yawwwn shaping up to be another boring Sunday……oh well Mae Honey another late brunch dear, apple martini with cheesecake dearest I think we shall. This fool wants to air the public airways to air is nonsenses, the absolute shame of it.

  4. Chas can eat better than some of you all stop the hatred my people that is not taking us anywhere..under chas st Lucian’s was eating better..god will turn his backs on us

  5. So only that can eat so because we do note support the man you are calling it hate man get the hell out of here … You are an uneducated house slave

  6. If he tackled the slave wages system to $10+ per hour for the workers, and only then he can win back as PM..

  7. Minimum wage is what the workers need chastanet refuse to raise the issue of a minimum wage because he and his family are business people and are oppressors themselves . The people are leaving secondary school to work in the private sector for 3 to 5 EC dollars an hour . That is a shame and a disgrace in this country …

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