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(Barbados Government Information Service)- Former Prime Minister of Barbados, The Right Honourable Owen Arthur, passed away earlier today at 12.26 a.m.  Starting today, Monday, July 27, due to the passing of the former Prime Minister,  there will be a period of national mourning for three days. In addition, all flags will be flown at half […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has described crime as a ‘high priority’ for the state, on the heels of a spike in gun crime. Hours before Chastanet spoke to reporters Tuesday, a woman identified as Cecilia Louis was gunned down at Monchy, Gros Islet on Monday night. Law enforcement officials disclosed that she was walking home […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on Tuesday announced that the government is prepared to re-implement a curfew if necessary to combat crime. There have been a number of shootings over the past few days, leaving four people dead. On July 12 Annella Wilson was shot dead at Pigeon Point and another male non-fatally injured. Ramah Williams […]

The post Chastanet says government prepared to re-implement curfew appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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As the 17th general elections (18th if you include two elections in 1987 as opposed to one) of the universal suffrage era draws near, many St. Lucians, especially St. Lucia Labor Party (SLP) supporters, are convinced that Allen Chastanet is ruining the country and has proven unfit to rule. The reasons for these views are […]

The post The Allen Chastanet Ultimatum (Part 1 of 2) — commentary by Dr. Anderson Reynolds appeared first on St. Lucia ...

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Amid evidence that Saint Lucia is approaching full fledged campaigning for the next general elections, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has asserted that the poll is not what’s on his mind. Elections are constitutionally due next year, Chastanet’s United Workers Party having come to power after the poll on June 6, 2016 by an 11 to […]

This article Chastanet Says Elections Not On His Mind appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

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“This was going to be the best Carnival we’ve ever had!” proclaimed Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, during an appearance on Blazin FM earlier this week. In a statement on March 17, the government announced that the festival would not take place this year. They stated that several consultations were held with representatives of the carnival […]

The post Chastanet says he misses Carnival as much as everybody else appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, asserting that people are making ‘a big deal’ over the  COVID-19 current state of emergency, has been explaining why it is necessary. “Right now in Saint Lucia we can say that we are COVID free,” Chastanat declared during an interview Monday morning on Blazing FM. But he recalled that the   government has […]

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(St. Lucia News Online) —  Prime Minister Allen Chastanet surprised staff at the itelbpo Smart Solutions call centre on Saturday, July 4. Chastanet said on Facebook that he made a “quick unscheduled stop at the newest state of the art call centre based in Vieux-Fort”. “I was happy to have a chat with some of […]

The post “Big things are happening for Vieux-Fort” — Chastanet says after itelbpo stop appeared first on S...

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