May 30, 2020
The St. Kitts Nevis Labour Party’s lawyer, Sylvester Anthony has written a letter to the Attorney General, Vincent Byron Jr. The letter asked the AG to put in writing their agreed proposal.
In the virtual sitting of the Court on May 29, 2020 parties made commitment “ to suspend the operation of the partial night curfews for three days, namely, June 4th, 5th and 6th 2020 to facilitate fair elections.”
The reason for this suspension is that the Emergency Laws as currently implemented would interfere with the rights to vote.
The letter stated “night curfews leading up to the Elections would be inconsistent with democratic principles and the practical operations of polling day activities…”
The letter accused PM Timothy Harris of making false statements on his Facebook page about the Order of the Court as read into the Court Record on May 29, 2020 by His Lordship Mr. Justice Trevor Ward QC.
In his Facebook post, Harris said that “The State of Emergency instituted in response to COVID-19 is to remain in place and the borders are to remain closed. This is the ruling given on May 29, 2020 by The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in the High Court of Justice, Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis, St. Christopher Circuit”.
The letter further demanded that the meeting between the High command of the Police force and representatives of the political parties and the independent candidate take place today, Saturday May 30, 2020 at 11am.
This meeting is designed to decide the terms of equal access to airtime by all parties contesting the General Election by the State-owned ZBC Limited and the government.
How toxic and callous the Prime Minister has become as a matter of principle. This brand of leadership does not belong in a 21st Century modern democracy nor in our beloved Federation.
The people of St. Kitts and Nevis will reject this type of bad behavior and poor performance in government on Election Day.
May 29, 2020
In a further attack on the democratic interests of the people of St. Kitts and Nevis, outgoing Prime Minister, Dr. Timothy Harris has revoked an earlier invitation to the Organisation of American States (OAS) to send an election observer mission to St. Kitts and Nevis.
This abhorrent development was brought to the attention of the Political Leader of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party in a letter from the OAS Secretary General in response to a letter that was sent by the Labour Party to that Organisation on Sunday, May 24, 2020.
In its letter to the Organisation of American States, the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party expressed its “most ardent disquiet” regarding recent actions taken by Dr. Harris to use the cover of the COVID-19 pandemic to achieve an unfair political advantage in the upcoming general election. These included, among others, the announcement of the dissolution of the National Assembly more than 24 hours after coming into effect; the imposition of a six-month State of Emergency just prior to the announcement of general elections as well as well-founded concerns about the management of the Electoral Office.
In the highest appreciation of the Organization of American States as the standard-bearer in election observation, Dr. Denzil Douglas expressed his “hope” along with the Executive and supporters of the St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party “that the OAS will be actively observing the 2020 elections in St Kitts and Nevis. Consequently, and in that hope, I look forward to an opportunity to discuss the issues raised herein with such a mission, and to being afforded the space to amplify and support the points outlined.”
In response to the Party’s May 24th correspondence the OAS Secretary-General, H.E. Luise Almagro confirmed, in a letter dated May 28th, that he had accepted a May 19th invitation by Dr. Harris for the OAS to deploy an Electoral Observation Mission to the June 5,2020 General Elections. According to the Secretary-General, “the team of observers, which is currently observing the post-electoral phase in Suriname, was expected to travel to St. Kitts and Nevis. Funding for the mission had been secured and the team had been cleared of COVID-19 after the team had been repeatedly tested in Suriname”. Following his May 20th response, the Secretary-General was informed by the government on May 27th that “following the establishment of a 14-day quarantine, it would not be feasible for the observer mission to travel to St. Kitts and Nevis.”
Harris’ disinvitation of the OAS Observer Mission was done under the pretense of the need for COVID-19 quarantine protocols, but Almagro said in his letter to Dr. Douglas that “OAS/GS regrets that a practical solution was not put in place like was the case in Suriname to allow our observers to deploy, but is respectful of the sovereign decision.”
“I am very, very concerned that something sinister is being planned. The electorate, citizens and residents, civil society, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and friendly countries of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis must be informed of this latest development in the saga of the outgoing Harris administration’s attempts to hold on to power in the face of a sure defeat at the polls on June 5th ,” said Dr. Douglas.
“This is further vindication of our court action to bring an end to the unconstitutional State of Emergency as evidence mounts that it is being used by Harris for an evil purpose and to give the administration an unfair advantage in the upcoming elections”, Dr. Douglas added.
May 28, 2020
The urgent Court case brought by the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party to the High Court on May 22 and 27, 2020 through its representatives the Hon. Konris Maynard, the Hon. Marcella Liburd and the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas against the Attorney General and ZIZ Broadcasting Corporation, was heard today, May 28, 2020 at 9 am. The constitutional challenge which was served yesterday, is seeking an injunction on the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis and the ZIZ Broadcasting Corporation for infringements of the rights and liberties of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, its candidates and supporters and the people of St. Kitts and Nevis in general.
Mr. Sylvester Anthony, Counsel for the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party clarified what took place during the popular “Voices” programme on WINN FM 098.9 FM where he expressed his alarm and concern.
“During the two hour deliberations, the lawyers of the Attorney General sought to have the matter of the hearing adjourned until Tuesday and the judge indicated that he would hear the matter today and that he would not adjourn it to Tuesday. However, when he returned judge recused himself and the matter has now been set before another judge for 10 am tomorrow,” he elaborated.
Mr. Anthony took the opportunity to dispel some of the myths that have been circulating on social media and in social commentary that the Labour Party’s case is seeking an injunction against the State of Emergency or the upcoming election.
“This application is not an injunction on the State of Emergency or an injunction on the Election. It is an injunction asserting that the State of Emergency should end because it is being used in a manner that is discriminatory; that the regulations are disproportionate and are not necessary at this point for the managing of the COVID-19 pandemic based on the medical and scientific evidence that the government itself has advanced. That’s what this case is about,” said Mr. Anthony.
“[The case is also] about ZIZ Corporation, a state-owned media house not ensuring that all political voices are heard. It is not about getting “free-time” on ZIZ, it is about getting equal time … It is about ensuring that the activities of Opposition Parties are covered in the news and current affairs programming of the state-owned media … So this case is not about injuncting the Election. It is not about injuncting the State of Emergency. It is not about opening the borders for planes to land. This is about ensuring that the Government does not continue to use the COVID-19 Regulations to give itself an advantage in a political campaign and to suppress the voices of the Opposition and the supporters of the Opposition. That’s what this case is about,” the Senior Counsel explained further.
The St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party awaits the 10 am hearing and is determined to vigorously defend its claim that the government, in an abuse of its power, is using the COVID-19 as a cover to give themselves an advantage in a political campaign and to suppress the voices of the Opposition and the supporters of the Opposition.
St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party candidates are nominated today – Dr. Denzil Douglas expresses thanks for the Massive Show of Support
With his nomination as the NextGen SKN St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) candidate for the St. Christopher 6 seat in the St Kitts and Nevis National Assembly, the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil L Douglas, has expressed his “sincerest gratitude to my constituents in Constituency #6 who have accepted me to be their candidate once more.”
“I am humbled by the love and support that I have been getting throughout the different communities that I seek to represent. To the people of Newton Ground, St. Paul’s, Dieppe Bay, Parson’s Ground, Lynch’s, Saddlers and Harris’, I pledge to continue to develop the area and forever empower you. I love you! I love you! I love you! God bless you,” said Dr. Douglas on his Facebook page.
June 5, 2020 is Election Day in St. Kitts and Nevis and the people of St. Kitts and Nevis are enthusiastic and looking forward to exercise their voting rights.
The SKNLP is the only political party in the Federation which is fielding a full slate of eight candidates for the seats in St Kitts. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, St Christopher 1; Ms. Marcella Liburd, St Christopher 2; Konris Maynard, St Christopher 3; H.E. Steve Wrensford, St Christopher 4; Kenneth Douglas, St Christopher 5; Dr. Denzil Douglas, St Christopher 6; Leon Natta-Nelson, St Christopher 7 and Dr. Terrance Drew, St Christopher 8.
On St Kitts, the nomination places were: St Christopher Constituency 1: Police Training School; St Christopher 2, Mc Knight Community Centre; St Christopher 3, St Johnson’s Community Centre; St Christopher 4, Old Road Community Centre; St Christopher 5, Sandy Point Community Centre; St Christopher 6, Dieppe Bay Police Station; St Christopher 7, Tabernacle Police Station and St Christopher 8, St. Peters Community Centre.
In Nevis, Nevis 9, Bath Community Centre; Nevis, 10, David Freeman Centre of Excellence, Market Shop, Gingerland and Nevis 11, Cotton Ground Community Centre.
The St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party is RED and READY to face the people on Election Day. It has the right team, with the right set of plans and policies to hit the ground running from Day One and to bring Hope, Opportunity and Relief to the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.
The NextGen SKN Labour Party congratulates the government and people of Guyana on the 54th Anniversary of its Independence.
The Independence Anniversary this year is indeed a very special one as Guyana stands poised to usher in a new era of social and economic prosperity. As you celebrate this day, it is our hope that it will also provide a moment for deep reflection on the hard-won gains that your country has made over the last fifty-four years and foment a renewed commitment to working together in defense of the principles and ideals that underpin Guyana as a democratic, fair and just society.
The Guyanese community is an important part of our immigrant population who have adopted St. Kitts and Nevis as their new home. They are a hard-working people who have become well integrated into our society and contribute in significant ways to our churches, our schools, our work places and the business ventures that they pursue. The people of St. Kitts and Nevis owe a debt of gratitude to our Guyanese community. Many are descendants of those intrepid souls who would have come to our assistance during the final years of our Sugar Industry when we needed more labourers to assist with our harvest. Even more have come to St. Kitts and Nevis under CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) free movement of skills arrangements and now work in our hospitality industry and other areas.
Historically, the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party has been at the forefront of the regional integration movement and has played an integral role in shaping the present thrust towards easing restrictions on free movement, especially of skilled workers, and protecting the contingent rights of all CARICOM nationals. The St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party therefore takes this opportunity to reassure our Guyanese brothers and sisters that they will be an important part of our vision for taking our country to the next level. As fellow CARICOM nationals, especially those with whom we share such a rich history, we embrace the Guyanese Community as a source of skills and talent.
The NextGen SKN Labour Administration will ensure that our Guyanese Community, as well as other immigrant communities, will receive all the support needed to better integrate into our society and participate in the national prosperity agenda. A NextGen SKN Labour administration will build bridges with the Guyanese community – bridges to better understanding, opportunity, upward mobility and prosperity and will remove any obstacle standing in the way of their dreams and aspirations as citizens and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis.
Have a Happy Independence Day!
BASSETERRE, St Kitts – The decision by Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris to overrule the selection of Returning Officers and Poll Clerks made by supervisor of elections, Elvin Bailey, and to replace them with his people, including his brother-in-law, Jermaine “Sacky” Lake, has created considerable suspicion and fear among the people of St Kitts and Nevis.
Increasingly, there are questions being asked about the motives of Dr Harris, and others are convinced that “the country will become another Guyana”.
An irate voter said, “I know Dr Harris is desperate but what he is doing can destroy our country.” Another pointed out, “This is an act of desperation. Dr Harris is trying to cling to power at all costs.”
A woman who claimed to be from Constituency No. 7, which has supported Dr Harris for 27 years as its representative, replied, “Not me and him again. I’m not surprised at “Sacky” (Lake) because he is Dr Harris brother-in-law. But I never thought that (Vincent) Hodge, who is a respected public servant, will support that kind of tactic. He is the first person who should have said ‘No’ to Dr Harris. He also should not have allowed Dr Harris to choose all the Poll Clerks. This is very suspicious.”
While supervisor Bailey has confessed to being embarrassed that his choices were ignored by Dr Harris, he thanked and apologised to the persons he selected and trained. He said sadly, “I will do the election and I will do my best and then consider my options.”
There is some extremely disturbing news concerning the Social Security Board of St Kitts and Nevis.
We understand that a huge amount of money was passed to SCASPA (St Christopher Air & Sea Ports Authority) very late last December, a Christmas present that was neither earned nor deserved. The reason for this Christmas gift is not clear.
We have heard it could be close to $100 million but another source says it is more than $75 million. We, the people of St Kitts and Nevis, deserve to know how much money was spent, for what purpose and what was achieved or accomplished with the almost $100 million Christmas present? Those who heard about it through the grapevine keep wondering, “Where the money gone?” Worse, is where the money continues to go. Additionally, Social Security approved another big loan to SCASPA, which we understand must be disbursed to them before May 22.
That present from Santa Social Security to SCASPA is not the only one. A Nevisian lady is now making big money in a posh executive job but nobody knows how she got there, not even the human resources director (HR) who is supposed to be the one to hire people. Did someone over-rule the HR director or is that someone over-riding the lady from Nevis?
In the meantime, we have some globe-trotters in the Social Security Office who are not paying back money provided for travel even though they got letters demanding they settle their debts. This is part of a “Free-For-All” in the government board. Monthly stipends shoot up, committee stipends sky-rocket, people are even now buying laptops and tablets costing thousands of dollars more than they are allowed in the stipulated five-year period. Even worse, is that the board dished out to themselves $20,000 each as “gratuities” and have been assured that if the government changes they will get two years of free money and stipends.
This indecent haste to grab, seize, smash and screw the people of St Kitts and Nevis must be stopped now. We have tried to ask Dr Timothy Harris what kind of feeding frenzy is going on with the country’s Social Security Funds and why he is bankrupting the poorest people in the country, the ones most in need of support. These are citizens who have contributed significantly to the development of our country and deserve the support they are supposed to receive. A lot of them are wondering where their money gone.
My efforts to contact prime minister Dr Harris has failed. However a Kittitian nearing retirement said: “One hopes that it won’t be too late before the masses of St Kitts and Nevis realize that their cheese factory is being guarded by rats. Social Security money is the people’s money and it is being abused by the traitors and imposters who hold the levers of power”.
BASSETERRE, St Kitts – Citizens of St Kitts and Nevis are outraged that the State of Emergency has not yet been lifted and by not repealing it, the government is deliberately holding to ransom St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) from the liberation required in this general elections.
Kittitians and Nevisians continue to express outrage at the flagrant abuse of power by Dr Timothy Harris government use of the curfew to suppress the campaign of the SKNLP.
Prominent local businessman, A.U. Browne complained, “On Monday, the PAM candidate for #1, Ian Patches Liburd supported by DrTimothy Harris held a meeting with about 50 supporters in Newtown that constitutes a flagrant abuse of power.”
Browne insisted that “Timothy Harris and his Team Unity government are proving the law doesn’t apply to them. Their behaviour signals the establishment of a dictatorship in St Kitts and Nevis. They force all of us to follow the law, but they disregard it. If they are willing to use the State of Emergency to suppress the movement of citizens then you can expect anything from them including trying to ‘rig’ the elections.”
In a social media post, Browne contends that because of presumable “polls paid” for by Dr Harris indicated the people’s disapproval of both himself and his Team Unity government that “he (Harris) is afraid of the inevitable, that he will be a one-term prime minister.” Browne contended that Dr Harris “is now doing all in his power to suppress and frustrate the opposition. But it will not work. Voters will reject dictatorship in St Kitts and Nevis. The people will overwhelmingly get rid of this vindictive government, comprised of greedy, vindictive, corrupt, nepotistic, lawless men.” Browne asserted, “St Kitts and Nevis will be better under a labour party administration.”
Browne’s view is supported by many residents including Shez Dore-Tyson who complained, “People are locked down for no reason except for political mileage. I hope when wolfs come we are ready for it.”
Another citizen, James Richards, called for the need to “stop their wickedness.” He said angrily, “There is no reason for the State of Emergency at all. Kittitians and Nevisians need to open their eyes and ears. Don’t allow their rights to be taken away. Get up and stand up for your rights please my people.”
Hazel Jeffers, a teacher, told this sad story, “My former student is burying her dad but only a limited number of persons can attend. Yet, Dr Harris has a big gathering at his political launch. The playing field is not level.”
Nevisian and retired police officer, Ivor Henry, views the blatant violations and actions of prime minister Dr Harris as “a provocation” and had a message for commissioner of police, Hilroy Brandy, “ Mr commissioner of police, you have unlawfully arrested persons for having one foot outside their yard. This sardine-can image cannot be right if you are taking your assigned job seriously.”
Other nationals contend that Dr Harris must return to parliament, bring to an end the State of Emergency and ensure that the opposition has the same rights to campaign publicly like the government, albeit parliament has been dissolved.
Former chairman of the People’s Action Movement (PAM), Chesley Hamilton, attorney at law, is demanding Dr Harris ensure that Saint Kitts and Nevis has free and fair elections and that means ending the State of Emergency which is not only draconian but also removes the fundamental rights of the people.
Hamilton believes that Saint Kitts and Nevis has passed the worst and that elections could proceed without restrictions, reiterated, “The suspension of the rights of a people during an election is wrong, is wrong.” He called on St Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry and Commerce, St Kitts and Nevis Bar Association, The St Kitts Christian Council, the St Kitts Evangelical Association, the Nevis Christian Council and the Nevis Evangelical Association to break their silence.
BASSETERRE, St Kitts – A confident NextGen SKN team leader Dr Denzil Douglas announced that his St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) is prepared for victory to reverse the five years of pain and the lack of support from their government during the present and ongoing COVID-19 pandemic emphasised; “the earlier we regain power, the better it will be for the suffering people of St Kitts and Nevis.”
“We are confident of victory in the election,” Dr Douglas, leader of the SKN labour party explained. “When we heard that the date for the elections is June 5, his enthusiastic response was, “The earlier the better. We are ready.”
Asked about his party’s chances of winning, Dr Douglas said: “We are confident that our citizens have experienced enough hardship to know that in the past five years our country has been moving in the wrong direction under a despotic, nepotistic, incompetent and uncaring government,” he added, “The time has come for the people of St Kitts and Nevis to exercise the power of their franchise and elect the leadership they deserve with joyful expectation for a brighter future.”
Dr Douglas noted that when the labour administration left office in 2015, St Kitts and Nevis was one of the leading economies in the Eastern Caribbean and pioneered a success story in human development. He made a stark comparison between his party’s management of the economy and the damage to the country wrought by the Dr Timothy Harris government.
“We left EC$900 million in the treasury and almost one billion dollars in the Sugar Industry Diversification Fund. For the first time in the history of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the labour government returned almost 50 million dollars of unused funds while reducing our outstanding debt to the IMF to a little over 60 percent of GDP. We became the first country in the world to fully return an IMF loan,” said Dr Douglas.
However, commenting on the five-year Dr Harris term, Dr Douglas shook his head in sorrow and explained: “I am saddened by the situation of our country. We are now in the middle of the economic fallout from COVID-19 and it is clear to everyone that the Dr Harris government does not have the capacity, skill or competence to provide the necessary support and assistance to the thousands who have lost their jobs and the many businesses which are struggling to stay afloat.”
Dr Douglas lamented: “In their greatest moment of need, the citizens and residents of St Kitts and Nevis have nowhere to turn for help. The boasts by Dr Harris of surplus after surplus has been proven to be nothing but lies and propaganda. The reckless “looting” of the Social Security Fund, yet again, is ample testimony to that fiction.”
Dr Douglas confirmed that the COVID-19 Emergency Economic Stimulus Plan was inadequate and failed to reach the people who need it most.
He said bitterly: “Right now many of our citizens find themselves in dire poverty and the aid they thought they would get is not forthcoming. Our farmers are treated with scant regard as their animals die because of political discrimination in the distribution of funds. However, we already know what we have to do to get our country back on track and undo the damage that Dr Harris, his family, and friends have done to our economy.”
Address to the Nation on the Announcement of Election Day and Nomination Day – by Rt. Honourable Dr. Denzil Douglas Political Leader of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party
May 18, 2020
Fellow citizens, comrades and friends,
The St. Kitts- Nevis Labour Party is very excited that Timothy Harris has finally announced the date for the general election on June 5, 2020 with the Nomination Day set for May 27, 2020. The Kitts-Nevis Labour Party is prepared, enthusiastic and fully mobilized to contest the elections within the bounds of the rule of law and in a manner that is free, fair and free from fear to all participating parties.
I take this opportunity to assure you that the NextGen SKN St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party machinery is organized, well-oiled and running on all cylinders. Unlike the outgoing regime, our Party is ready and anxious to face the people of St. Kitts and Nevis. We are confident that our citizens and residents have had an opportunity to compare and contrast and have determined that over the last five years our country has been moving in the wrong direction under a despotic, nepotistic, incompetent and uncaring government. The time has come for the people of St. Kitts and Nevis to exercise the power of their franchise and elect the leadership they deserve with joyful expectation for a brighter future.
When the Labour administration left office in 2015, St. Kitts and Nevis was one of the leading economies in the Eastern Caribbean and pioneer and success story in human development. Our treasury was flushed with some $900 million and almost one billion dollars in the Sugar Industry Diversification Fund.
For the first time in the history of the IMF, the Labour government paid back almost 50 million dollars of unused funds while reducing our outstanding debt to the IMF to a little over 60 per cent of GDP. In other words, we left more than enough money to pay off the IMF and continue to build the nation. Under the prudent and astute management the Labour administration, our Federation became the first country in the world to fully return an International Monetary Fund loan.
Where are we now?
In the middle of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is pellucidly evident that the outgoing regime does not have the capacity, skill or competence to provide the necessary support and assistance to the thousands who have lost their jobs and the many businesses which are struggling to stay afloat. In their greatest moment of need, the citizens and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis have nowhere to turn for help. Harris’ constant boasting of surplus after surplus has been proven, like many of the unfulfilled promises in his 2015 manifesto, to be nothing more than big, fat lies and propaganda. The reckless looting of the Social Security Fund, yet again, is ample testimony to that fiction.
The so-called COVID-1`9 Emergency Economic Stimulus Plan has been woefully inadequate and has failed miserably to reach those who need it most, while the regime has turned a deaf and a blind eye to their pleas. Under the government’s politically-motivated State of Emergency, many of our citizens find themselves impoverished by this crisis and have been forced to rely on food aid in order to feed, clothe and house their families. At a time when food security is of the highest priority, our farmers are treated with scant regard as their animals die off because of political discrimination in the distribution of Bayticol. That is the outrageous behaviour of a regime that claims to have surplus after surplus after surplus and lies after lies.
Fellow citizens, we will be fighting this battle on an uneven playing field as the government makes every attempt to rig the elections in their favour. Only today, it was reported to us that the Supervisor of Elections, Mr. Elvin Bailey rejected presiding and returning officers whom the prime minister believed to be Labour supporters.
The upcoming election is a battle for the very soul of your nation and you, the real voters of St. Kitts and Nevis must make it known through the ballot that you do not, and will not, accept the unprecedented low to which our nation has been taken in all areas and in all sectors.
Citizens, comrades and friends the pathway to economic recovery will not be easy.
We must all take this upcoming election very, very seriously. It is going to be one of the most important decisions that you will ever make.
The time has come to get our country back on track.
The choice you make at the polls is clear.
If you want to return to your jobs, you will make the right choice and vote Labour
If you want decent, affordable housing, you will make the right choice and vote LABOUR.
If you want first-class healthcare, you will make the right choice and vote LABOUR
If you want good governance and integrity, you will make the right choice and vote LABOUR.
If you want to see an end to victimization and crimes against women, you will make the right choice and vote LABOUR.
If you want to stamp out nepotism and one family government, you will make the right choice and vote LABOUR.
The government’s removal of the one-to-one laptop program is now threatening our children’s education. If you want to see a new education system that is relevant for the development of our people in the 21st century, you will make the right choice and vote LABOUR.
If you want to stop being a second-class citizen in your own country, you will make the right choice and vote LABOUR.
This election is about trust and leadership, and as you go to the polls on June 5, you must ask yourselves, who do you trust to lead your nation out of the present economic doldrums? Who has the proven leadership credentials to take St. Kitts and Nevis forward and upward to the next level?
LABOUR is the only party with the experience and leadership skills to tackle the challenges of the post-COVID environment. We have the track record of successful crisis management and our well-balanced NextGEN team is fully-equipped to do it again!
Remember, IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU. Vote LABOUR, and together, we WILL make St. Kitts and Nevis NUMBER ONE AGAIN!
God bless you and may God bless St. Kitts and Nevis.
I want you to know that Dr. Douglas loves you, today, on Election Day and every day after that!