Harris Convenes “Sneaky Parliament” to Pass Marijuana Legislation: Rastafarian Community Given a Six for a Nine
The Rastafarian Community continues to be up in arms and the people of St. Kitts and Nevis are outraged by the continued dishonesty of this administration. Last week’s sitting of the National Parliament on Wednesday was a fiasco and a sham. Speaker Perkins and the Prime Minister colluded to shut out the Parliamentary Opposition from making a contribution during the sitting of the National Assembly to prevent them from debating the Bill to amend the Drugs Act.
The St.Kitts & Nevis Labour Party NextGen SKN candidates journeyed to the beautiful island of Nevis on Monday to support the Culturama 45 J’ouvert festivities through the streets of Charlestown.
A recent poll is showing that the opposition St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party would win a majority of the seats in the National Assembly and that Leader of the Opposition, Dr Denzil L Douglas would do a better job running the government.
Though described by government to be a historic day, the Drugs (Prevention and Abatement of the Misuse and Abuse of Drugs) 2019 Bill amended this week in the National Assembly does not sit well with members of the Rastafari community.