Sarah stresses need for employment for her Constituents

Sarah stresses need for employment for her Constituents

Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, the MP for Castries Central, has said that it is important for the jobless people of her constituency, especially young people, to get employed as quickly as possible.

“The rate of unemployment is just too high,” the MP asserted.

She told reporters today that there are talented young men and women who are eager and able to serve their country through meaningful employment, using their creativity to supply the needs of their families.

Flood-Beaubrun disclosed that when she holds her constituency sessions she sees up to thirty people, nine-nine percent of whom – young and old, are seeking employment.

She said she was continuing a tour of the constituency today.

The MP stated that the tour which was started last week was intended to assess the needs of the constituents.

According to her, those needs were many.

Flood-Beaubrun declared that housing was very poor in many parts of the community with a  need  for a lot of infrastructural works to be done.

“There are drains that need to be unclogged, foot paths that need to be repaired – the overall quality of life needs to be addressed,” she observed.

Crime was another concern for the Castries Central MP, who asserted that the problem cannot be tackled unless the causes are addressed.

She declared that one of the causes for crime is the social situation in which the people find themselves.

Stressing that there is no excuse for crime, Flood-Beaubrun explained that there are causes  of crime that need to be addressed.

“My plan is to engage the youth, to reach them where they need to be reached and to help them improve their quality of life,” the MP remarked.

She said she wanted to challenge the youth to begin to make healthy choices that do not lead to crime, violence and the homicides that are occurring.

“It is not a Castries Central thing – it is a national response, but certainly as an MP I am willing to take the lead in this,” Flood-Beaubrun observed.

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10 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    July 28, 2016 at 3:32 pm Reply

    more talk. this is your third time as MP.

  2. Anonymous
    July 28, 2016 at 3:47 pm Reply

    U KNOW WHAT STOP COMING AND TELL US WHAT IS THE PROBLEM. WE KNOW ALREADY .. JUST FIX IT. THATS WHAT WE PAY UR’LL TO DO

  3. Sad-Buy-True
    July 28, 2016 at 3:55 pm Reply

    Lol…Oh Sarah, You know very well they aren’t included in the “5 to stay alive” Lol. You just got your “5 to stay to stay Alive, kit. None left for the INFERIOR POOR BLACK UWP SUPPORTERS. You know very well they were used up Tampons, so you could have an Easy “5 to stay ALIVE,” YOURSELF, Lol.

  4. annonymous
    July 28, 2016 at 5:13 pm Reply

    You were brilliant as the Minister of Health.
    Once you set your mind to something it gets done.
    Centrsl Castries moving forward!
    Go Sarah!

    1. Anonymous
      July 28, 2016 at 6:42 pm Reply

      If Sarah were actually brilliant as at anything Healthcare would be great today (IT NEVER WAS) so yall can stop peddling that drivel and she would have paid her bills

  5. annonymous
    July 29, 2016 at 3:03 am Reply

    Unfortunaley political hackism overides common sense and even self preservation.
    For an ignoramous to deny the quality of the service of Healthcare under Sarah inclusive of the early responce system is a sign of political delusionment.
    Unfortunalely part of the great progress of media is that even deluded fools can sprout their destructive nonsense to one and all.

    The SLP dumbed down followers are yet to realize their fall on June 6th was significantly because of the respect the voters have for Sarah Flood Beaubrun.

  6. Boujon Guiyave
    July 29, 2016 at 7:08 am Reply

    Talking an inflated cabinet where every ras MP is a part of seem to me something is not quite right at the top. At a time when the economy is not to strong if you listen to the likes of anti kweole fedee would a little self imposed austerity in the form of a trimmed cabinet not reflect the exercise of a little common sense? Where is Unitedpac to question the wisdom of minister for job creation? Isn’t job creation the main concern of those responsible for agriculture, economy, infrastructure, tourism, education, health etc? In any event could Golden Balls tell me what is it the a minister of job creation supposed to be doing.

  7. Febert
    July 29, 2016 at 7:56 am Reply

    SL is a damn mess. Sarah Flood-Beaubrun left America broke as hell and she just land big job, just like that? Lucian ppl need to stop making broke ppl take them for pappyshow.

  8. Pissing in your eye and calling it rain...
    July 30, 2016 at 6:24 am Reply

    Amazing how she wanted to work closely with her constituents yet she took up a role as a government minister yet it seem to me this administration, ministers are the only ones who are in dire need of a job as each minister has been appointed. What about the citizens of this country…

  9. Anonymous
    July 30, 2016 at 2:01 pm Reply

    Not only are there people in the house who lost their bid to be MPs, yet happily ensconced at the expense of the public. Now we have (unelected) mayors and councillors. What does constituencies without borders mean? Gerrymandering anyone?

    Sarah, what was that show all about being sworn in as DS only to jack that in and take your seat in the PM’s ministry of ministers. A lady for turning? Oh but I forget the lady has already turned. Saints preserve us.

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