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Minister for Economic Development Guy Joseph and journalist Miguel Fevrier, clashed outside Parliament building this morning throwing jabs at each other. The incident started when Fevrier asked Joseph whether he had any involvement with a pre-school in Sarrot. (Last month Joseph announced that he would be taking legal action against Fevrier’s employer MBC Television, for […]

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Acting Police Commissioner Milton Desir has told reporters here that the matter involving the fatal police shooting of teenager, Arnold Joseph, is close to a conclusion. “I think the matter is very much close to being completed,” Desir disclosed. However he explained that there is one particular piece of evidence required, but unavailable currently. Desir […]

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Former electoral commissioner Claudius Francis is accusing Babonneau MP, Ezechiel Joseph of bringing the integrity of the electoral commission and department into question. Francis is demanding that the legislator apologize to the chair of the electoral commission for comments made in the house of assembly during the recent budget debate.
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Economic development minister Guy Joseph has declared that the incumbent united workers party is prepared for the next general election. The Castries south east mp who is not convinced that electioneering is underway believes the ruling party has delivered on its campaign promises.
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Economic Development Minister and MP for Castries South East, Hon. Guy Joseph has announced that he will be taking legal action against MBC Television. Minister Guy Joseph In a short statement on his Facebook page today, Joseph said: “I have instructed my attorneys to take legal action against MBC to immediately retract their most recent […]

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June 16th, 2020 Honorable Guy Joseph Parliamentary Representative for Castries South East Bexon Highway CASTRIES Dear Mr. Joseph, OPEN LETTER – REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ON THE FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE CASTRIES SOUTH EAST CONSTITUENCY COUNCIL The South Castries Youth and Sports Council (hereinafter referred to as the “SCYSC”) is a legitimate affiliate of the National […]

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Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph says the ruling United Workers Party (UWP) is ready for the polls. And he has expressed a preference for a fixed election date. Joseph’s comments follow recent announcements by Prime Minister Allen Chastanet that Saint Lucians will go to the polls soon and Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre who this […]

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Loved ones of the victims of unsolved homicides and those who died at the hands of police attended the black lives matter protest. The names of individuals killed in various high profile cases could be heard far and wide as calls for accountability from the criminal justice system were demanded by protesters.
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