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An African proverb says: “Greatness is not achieved with violence.” Violence is very dangerous for every society. If a society continues to celebrate violence, it impedes the progress of that society. The question is, was the curfew a necessary evil? I would like to think that the recent national curfew was a good thing for […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Allen Chastanet-led government should be mindful that implementing laws that may infringe on the rights of ordinary citizens reflects a lack of concern for fundamental universal rights. This would clearly arise from the possible reinstatement of the curfew which was established as a measure against community spreading of COVID-19. Felicia Browne, […]

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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 […]

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Effective July 10, there will be no curfew in Saint Lucia. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet made the announcement moments ago on the National Television Network, as he updated the nation on the government’s response to the COVID-19 situation. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet The prime minister said: “The Cabinet met today, based on a presentation that […]

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The Cabinet of Ministers has adjusted the protocols for operations during the State of Emergency which includes lessening of the curfew time and hosting of social activities with the established health protocols in place. The Amendments to the Emergency Powers (Disasters) (COVID-19) Order will come into effect from Monday June 15th 2020 and are as […]

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Saint Lucia’s cabinet of ministers has adjusted the current protocols under the COVID-19 State of Emergency, including a new midnight to 5.00 am curfew. Previously it was from 9.00 pm to 5.00 am. The lessening of the curfew time  and other measures will be implemented from Monday, June 15, 2020. In addition to the new […]

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Operators of independent restaurants and bars say Saint Lucia’s current 9.00 pm to 5.00 am curfew and current protocols regarding the sale of liquor are hurting their business. The operators met Friday to discuss their concerns. Co-owner of the Buzz restaurant in Rodney Bay , Matthew Hartmann, said the meeting was intended to obtain feedback […]

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