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Leader of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Philip J. Pierre has again taken issue with the overseas trips of Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, claiming that those “frequent flier miles” have yet to bear fruit for Saint Lucia. Addressing the SLP’s open session of the Conference of Delegates on Sunday, Pierre said after 40 ...

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The St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP), held the first leg of its 2019 conference of delegates at the Stanley Jon Odlum memorial school on Sunday. This was the open conference, an opportunity for the leader of the SLP Phillip J. Pierre to outline his plans and vision for the nation, if the party is elected …
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SOLIDARITY MESSAGE TO THE ST. LUCIA LABOUR PARTY ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF DELEGATES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13TH, 2019 Your sister party in Grenada, the National Democratic Congress, its Leadership and members extend fraternal greetings to Party Leader Hon. Phillip J. Pierre, the Executive Committee and the members of the St. Lucia Labour ...

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The leader of the opposition Phillip j. Pierre says he is not the least surprised by the recent lowering of the economic outlook for St. Lucia. Pierre says the government is heading in the wrong direction, with what he says is its unsustainable level of borrowing.
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The leader of the opposition in Saint Lucia Tuesdaynight again criticised  the level of borrowing by the Allen Chastanet administration. “Why would a government want to burden a people with 600 million worth of debt?” Philip J. Pierre enquired of a Town Hall audience. He assured his audience that a Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) […]

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Last Saturday, it seemed my story’s headline: “Chastanet Torpedoes Opposition’s Negotiated Plan for Hewanorra International Airport!”, ruffled more than a few feathers. Particularly controversial was the use of the word “torpedoes”; so much so a media colleague brought it up in conversation: “How did Chastanet torpedo Pierre?” Obviously he had not read past the headline.

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The leader of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) has sounded a warning that the National Insurance Corporation (NIC), will run out of cash in 2050 under current conditions. “Its the young people who will get pressure when the NIC collapses, not us,” he declared Sunday to the annual general meeting of the SLP’s […]

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The leader of the opposition in Saint Lucia wants to know who is paying for Prime Minister Allen Chastanet’s social media presence. “The Prime Minister needs to tell us who is paying for all these social media things he is doing – all these people who are following him with cameras,” Philip J. Pierre told […]

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Saint Lucia’s opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has described neocolonialism as an economic threat coming from difference sources. Speaking against the backdrop of the recent celebration of Emancipation Day, Pierre said some of the sources of neocolonialism are actually home-grown. “The effect of debt – and if you want to come closer home, our government […]

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The leader of the St. Lucia Labour party Philip J Pierre says there are important lessons to be learnt from the Virgin Atlantic pull out. Pierre who negotiated the original agreement with the airline some 21 years ago, warns that the implications for St. Lucia will be significant. Melissa Paul questioned the leader of the opposition …
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