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By MERRICK ANDREWS (St. Lucia News Online) —  Saint Lucia’s Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security Senator Hermangild Francis has disclosed that “hits” or threats to take the life of certain politicians are known to local law enforcement. Francis, a lawyer and former deputy commissioner of police, made the revelation during a talk show […]

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National Security Minister Hermangild Francis has told reporters here that closing Saint Lucia’s borders is an option, if there’s an influx of COVID-19 cases from the United States. The Bahamas, after opening its borders to visitors to the United States weeks ago, this week reversed the decision due to a spike in COVID-19 cases. Asked  […]

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Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security, Senator Hermangild Francis has warned that should “reckless and lawless” behavior continue in the country, all citizens will pay for it. During his contribution at today’s Senate sitting, Francis said that lately he has noticed a very “strange and dangerous” change in Saint Lucians. Senator Hermangild Francis […]

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Mayor of Castries Peterson Francis is lamenting what he views as the lack of appreciation for the donation of relief packages to staff by the ccc. Over 160 employees benefited from the gesture, which was a collaborative effort between the St. Lucia red cross and the Castries constituency council.
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National security minister senator Hermangild Francis says the impacs investigation into alleged extra-judicial killings by members of the royal Saint Lucia police force will be addressed before Saint Lucians head-back to the polls. He made the declaration during a prime-time tv appearance on tuesday on one of the local networks.
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National Security Minister Hermangild Francis has asserted that the United States ‘cannot dictate’ regarding the outcome of what has become known here as the IMPACS matter. Francis made the comments in response to a question posed to him during Police Insight, aired Tuesday night by MBC Television. IMPACS, the CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and […]

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Attorney at Law Mary Francis has defended her record as a human rights advocate, in response to critics whom she says are insinuating that she has gone silent now. She asserted that under the current State of Emergency, people are now beginning to see the importance of human rights. “The shoe is on the other […]

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The Mayor of Castries has called for an end to the unhygienic and unsafe practice of placing produce on the ground for sale along City streets. Mayor Peterson Francis has noted that some vendors put fruit, vegetables and provisions on the ground to attract buyers. But he warns that the habit should be stopped as it is unhealthy. The Castries Mayor has also called on members of the public not to buy produce that is placed on the ground.

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