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Press Release:–  The Fair Trade in Cannabis Working Group (FTCWG), emanating from a workshop in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in November 2019 and comprising traditional cultivators, activists, academics and researchers, has produced a Position Paper which has been shared with Caribbean governments. We ask the CARICOM governments to be bolder and fairer in their […]

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LONDON, United Kingdom (AP) — Britain’s interior minister vowed Sunday to stop people entering the country clandestinely and to fix what she called a “broken” asylum system, echoing commitments that have been made and broken by UK governments for years. Home Secretary Priti Patel said the government would bring in new laws so it could […]

This article UK Government To Reform ‘Broken’ Asylum System appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

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Public discussion on cannabis law reform has roused the pentecostal assemblies of the west indies (PAWI). Church officials on Wednesday urged policy makers to delay any move at a more liberalized regime. So what does this mean for members of the Rastafarian faith who use the herb as their blessed sacrament.
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The opposition has joined a host critics who are questioning the government’s handling of a separate statutory instrument and cabinet conclusion. They claim the actions of the current UWP administration are deeply flawed and open to legal challenge.
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Did the chair of the cannabis movement prematurely declare victory in a voice-note on cannabis law reform? Minister for commerce Bradley Felix says contrary to earlier reports, the government has not decided to legalize marijuana. However, Felix explains the cabinet of ministers has only agreed to take the next step in drafting the policy framework …
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Mother of the slain Dallas resident and St. Lucia national Botham Jean, Allison jean has welcomed a proposed law in a her son’s name to reform law enforcement in Dallas. The grieving mother believes it’s a move in the right direction to address racial injustice in the united states. The Botham Jean act will make …
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BBC News:– US Democrats in Congress have proposed sweeping legislation to reform American police, following weeks of protests against police brutality and racism. The bill would make it easier to prosecute police for misconduct, ban chokeholds, and addresses racism. Its comes as Minneapolis lawmakers vowed to disband the city’s police force. The death of George Floyd […]

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It can hardly be a surprise that, with the single exception of the powers of the prime minister, no other issue occupied the minds of Saint Lucians interviewed by the Constitutional Reform Commission more than “the nature of the electoral system and the general elections environment.”

The post Constitutional Reform: Crossing the floor and The Right of Recall! appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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