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Training For Saint Lucia Youth Parliament Held

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The training process for this year’s Youth Parliament was held on Wednesday June 19 2024.
The one day debate scheduled for Thursday, June 27 will again be held under the auspices of the Ministry of Youth Development and Sports in collaboration with the Parliament office.
Youth Parliamentarians and Senators were addressed by current and past Speakers of the House of Assembly and former Presidents of the Senate including Leonne Theodore-John, Rosemary Husbands-Mathurin, and current Speaker Claudius Francis.
During her presentation, Theodore–John, discussed many issues related to Procedures on Bills.
She also advised the young parliamentarians that if they want respect, they must show respect because they can make a difference in the House.
Former speaker and former President of the Senate Rosemary Husbands–Mathurin, spoke on Parliament Procedures.
She said presenters should always strive to provide the most concrete evidence and sets of facts, empirical examples, and specific arguments to solidify their proof of the matter under consideration.
Current Speaker Claudius Francis, dealt with how to develop an appreciation for the Rules of Parliament, and the Constitution of Saint Lucia.
SOURCE: Ministry of Youth Development and Sports

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4 COMMENTS

  1. How are those parents so irresponsible? Having their kids train to lie, cheat and steal at such a tender age.

  2. The person asking for a friend, are you making any sense young people taking part in criminal activities you complain, young people sharpening their debate skills you complain. You guys are the very same reason the young people of St. Lucia tend to disrespect the elderly.
    The amount of things that are unbecoming and you have been qualified without training and you doing it. “IF YOU CAN’T SAY SOMETHING GOOD ABOUT SOMEBODY JUST SHUT UP”

  3. The one who said that the young folks of Vieux Fort somking Crack cocaine from age 7 honestly I find it rather irreverent to the nature of this post. You have failed as an English student not even the main idea you can find in an article. I bet there are some from Vieux Fort in a better position than you, eating better than you and sleeping better than you we are here bring the future of tomorrow down rather than supporting as a means of fighting against some of the ills of society. You have failed as an adult, parent and as a citizen of St. Lucia

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