SLP disappointed over NICE statement

SLP disappointed over NICE statement

Press Release:-The Saint Lucia Labour Party is disappointed but not surprised by the support given by Prime Minister Allen Chastanet to his Minister of Equity Lenard Montoute’s assertion that 90% of NICE workers were supporters of the SLP and that there would be no “political fallout” as a result of them losing their jobs.

For a Prime Minister to openly support victimization of hard working Saint Lucians is despicable and unwarranted.  

Is the Prime Minister agreeing that supporters of the Saint Lucia Labour Party should not be allowed to earn a living in Saint Lucia? Is he saying that the colour of an individual’s garments should dictate his employment?

The Prime Minister must answer what will happen to the elderly who will be abandoned and the families of the NICE workers who will be unemployed as a result of the government’s policy of victimization.

 

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5 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    March 10, 2017 at 8:46 am Reply

    SLP just shut up. You all just barking to hold on to somthing. I am so fustratrd with you all. Only your supporters got jobs. let there be some level of equity. Damn man!!!!!!!!.

  2. The Jackal
    March 10, 2017 at 10:34 am Reply

    This is ridiculous.something have to be done about this situation Mr prime minister..what are these poor people going to do.how are they going to support their family..slp or not..they are st lucians

  3. Anonymous
    March 10, 2017 at 10:59 am Reply

    I totally agree honestly Allen and Nancy don’t give shit ass about ppl can’t u c …look Monday he sent the last cet of letters to the elderly homes dis is not acceptable…the man is so heartless OMG….come nex month how will those ppl support they families children to sent to school bills to pay ppl has to eat and there r ppl supporting Allen on dis….cause them and they families r safe ….lord touch those ppl hearts

  4. Anonymous
    March 10, 2017 at 12:55 pm Reply

    Politics is amazing, but i believe we allow ourselves to be fooled when we don’t inform ourselves but listen to politicians. When this story came out i listened to the news and our forner prime minister said that nice was temporary and the budgeted expenditure for it was almost done by election time. That means it would have been terminated anyway, but everyone is looking for political mileage here and hoping the uninformed will piggy back. Dont trust politicians, get your info yourself

  5. Thomas
    March 23, 2017 at 10:38 am Reply

    With so many embassies on the island (the Taiwanese govt. supported the program) why can’t the govt. get subsidies for these hard workers.Some were involved in the latest catastrophic blast.I am in favour of keeping the NICE workers at VH in their jobs

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