Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Pierre Urges Citizens To Play Their Part In Saint Lucia’s Development

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Prime Minister Philip J. Pierre has urged citizens to play their part in Saint Lucia’s development, in a Facebook post coinciding with his party’s first year in office.

The Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) was swept to power by a landslide after the July 26, 2021, general elections.

“As we embark on the year ahead with an ambitious legislative and economic agenda to take our country into its next stage of development, I urge you to play your part in our country‚Äôs development,” Pierre wrote on Facebook.

He explained that he remained humbled by the privilege the people bestowed on him and reaffirmed his commitment to serve them all.

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But the Castries East MP noted that these were difficult times.

“To say that it has been a tumultuous year both locally and internationally would be an understatement. Governments continue to grapple with balancing the many crises in the world and providing for their citizens,” Pierre observed.

Nevertheless, he said his administration’s policies and targeted interventions continue to provide much-needed relief to citizens amidst the challenges.


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  1. Lucians I hope you learn your lesson “Never put a Donkey in a Horse Race” end results you will lose all your bets…

  2. You will kicked out to the curb again if you continue treating us like mendicants. You all have been an utter disgrace so far. Loading up the budgets with CONTsultants and a..kissers.

  3. Oh Yea! Our St Lucian did that well when you were leader of the opposition. The St Lucia National Trust for example was in the forefront of preventing development in this country, especially in the South where I leave. When I think of all this things the Trust did, I am starting to dislike this country. My country St Lucia.


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