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Prime Minister to Deliver New Year’s Address

Prime Minister Allen Michael Chastanet will deliver his New Year’s Address to the Nation on Sunday 13th January 2019 at 8:00 p.m, his office has announced.

The Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation and External Affairs will speak on the state of the nation and on varying issues, including security and justice, health care and investments for 2019 and beyond, a release from the Office of the Prime Minister said.

According to the release, the Address will be carried simultaneously by local television stations at 8:00 p.m. this Sunday.

The broadcast will also be available online via  NTN –;  the Government of Saint Lucia Facebook Page – h; Office of the Prime Minister Facebook Page; and  Government of Saint Lucia Youtube Channel –


    • If ya’ll labour hacks used to give Kenny and ya’ll party as much stick when they were in power as ya’ll are giving Chas and the U.W.P they would have never lost these two elections and would have been in power all like now so. Because ya’ll would have criticized the hell out of them that they wouldn’t have no choice but to do what ya’ll wanted them to do. But guess what ya’ll didn’t say shit when they were in power hence the loses ok so please stay quiet now cause ya’ll know full well when they come back all ya’ll go be quiet once more so please start now and watch the WORKERS work.

      • Just like you are deflecting criticisms of UWP administration and still blaming the SLP. Maybe try taking your own advice

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