Labour’s Legacy: The Solidarity of The Majority.


SKN PULSE, Monday, 27th April, 2015 – The St. Kitts and Nevis Labour Party continues to rally it’s supporters leading up to the Labour Day March on Monday May 4th 2015. Last night’s meeting in Constituency #4 was the second in this series. Constituents, supporters and well-wishers were addressed by the winning candidates for the party in the last General election as well as Glen Ghost Phillip the former elected representative.

The evening proceedings were ably chaired by former Deputy Prime Minister Earl Asim Martin. Speaker after speaker spoke to the deceit, nepotism and victimization that the Harris Led Administration has been meting out. Further, they implored upon the supporters to come out and March in solidarity with the St. Kitts and Nevis Labour Party so as to send a resounding message to to the Team Unity Led Government that their actions are not accepted.

As the final speaker was summoned to the podium, hundreds of supporters drew closer to hear from the well loved leader the Rt. Hon Dr. Denzil Douglas who as usual did not disappoint. He spoke to the sinister plan by the Team Unity Government to keep him from going to parliament by not receiving his instruments as leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition after some six weeks.

Additionally, Dr. Douglas also spoke to the Harris family being well looked after in government jobs, on boards and in the capacity advisor. Mention was also made of the on going fight for the chairmanship of Social Security between the Powell and Bowry families and the intention of the Unity Government to stop the Reach Program as well as the People’s Empowerment Program. In closing, he reiterated that the young people need to come out in their numbers on Labour Day and March in support of the Saint Kitts and Nevis Labour Party – advancing and representing  the cause of the masses.

The SKLNP next meeting takes place in the heartland of Labour St. Paul’s next Thursday 30th April 2015.

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