Politics & Government

Electoral workers, Police to vote June 3

Electoral workers and attendants, police, and fire service personnel will go to the polls this week to elect a new government ahead of the June 6 general elections. The Electoral...
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PM says ruling party confident and ready

Prime Minister Doctor Kenny Anthony has declared that his ruling Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) is confident and ready as the June 6, 2016 general elections approach. He said the...

SLP Candidate “mourned” in Castries

Some are dead serious about their politics, as is evident by the grave lengths to which they are prepared to go to make their point. This much was evident today...

Know Your Laws: Influencing Electors to Vote

77. (1) During the hours that the poll is open upon polling day a person shall not upon any public road or in any public place within 100 yards...
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Prime Minister to embark on “meet the workers” tour

The tour will give workers an avenue to voice their concerns and address outstanding issues. Prime Minister Hon. Allen M. Chastanet will embark on a “meet the workers” tour which...

Richard will not run!

Former Housing Minister, Richard Frederick, has confirmed that he will not be contesting the next general elections. During his MBC television programme tonight, Frederick cited the short time frame within...

No run for Richard Frederick?

Former Housing Minister, Richard Frederick, appears unlikely to contest the next general elections, reliable sources have told the Times. According to the sources, Frederick is expected to make an announcement...

SLP says VAT rumours untrue

Rumours that the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) will increase VAT to 17 per cent if re-elected are an absolute fabrication from the United Workers Party (UWP), designed solely...

Chastanet wants word on election observers

CASTRIES, Saint Lucia –Wednesday, May 25, 2016 – The United Workers Party is concerned at the silence of the Government of St. Lucia on the issue of official observers...

Charlery meets constituency residents

The ruling party’s Castries North candidate, John Charlery, has suggested that he is not a Johnny-come-lately, asserting that the people of the constituency know him well. “It is not to...