SLP requests details of race track

The Saint Lucia Labour Party calls on the Government to reveal details of the race track to be built as part of the DSH Project. The Labour Party notes that the Government had said the Agreements signed were only framework agreements and a detailed agreement would be signed later. Noting that the government has now changed its position and construction of the race track is final; it is the duty of the Government to release the details as promised.

Specifically, the Labour Party wishes to know the following:

1. Will the land for the race track be leased for $1 per acre for 99 years?

2. Has an environmental impact assessment been completed and accepted by Government?

3. Has the race track received Planning (DCA) approval?

4. Will the escrow account still be established in a foreign country?

5. Will the proceeds from the sale of Saint Lucian passports be used to fund horse racing and pay for the operations of the race track?

The Saint Lucia Labour Party calls on the government to clarify these issues of public concern.


  1. Anonymous
    January 31, 2017 at 5:47 pm

    Kenny where are all the details of jufali’s appointment?? I think you best focus on cleaning up your own mess before you start listing demands. Cuz when the times comes if you ever get back in power, you won’t be telling the people anything. You’ve proven that time and time again

  2. Anonymous
    February 1, 2017 at 1:05 am

    Did St.Lucians get the details on roachamel,Grynberg ,jufali, bill Clinton’s visitthe west coast road mismanagement the praslin project an eye sore
    A drowning man will grab at a straw
    what is the labour party afraid of
    this project is seriously affecting the labour party they running scared

  3. Anonymous
    February 1, 2017 at 8:41 am

    Such idiots everything is Kenny open you all damn eyes thé question you should be asking is why is thé document such a secret ans what does we as St.Lucians have to gain from that project what arrangement is in place for thé people who has to relocate,has thé government Côme out and explain to those people in thé affected area and St.Lucians thé true nature of that project

  4. Anonymous
    February 1, 2017 at 10:17 am

    Question for clarity: the alleged affected people does the land belong to them or were they squatters? Can someone with the facts please answer. Thanks in advance

  5. Anonymous
    February 1, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    This project seems to only benefit the so called developers, this will change the landscape, the Culture the environment negatively I may add and make st luciansso foreigners in their own land.
    This is a loose loose situation for St lucians