BASSETERRE, St Kitts (SKNP) — Labourites in St. Kitts and Nevis and the wider Diaspora are standing firm with the Saint Kitts and Nevis Labour Party.
While many have alleged that a planned plot caused an interruption to the live broadcast for the SKNLP meeting last night, Sunday 3rd May 2015, the message from the meeting hit home through social media and went viral. Even after an election loss, the continuous momentum build up for the St. Kitts and Nevis Labour Party is rare within the Federation.
Today’s events began with the laying of the wreaths at the graveside of trade union stalwarts, former Premiers and government ministers. Some of the prominent names include: Fidel O Flaherty, Charles Mills, Fitzroy Bryant, Sir Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw, Sir Joseph. N. France, Sir Lee Moore, Sir Paul Southwell and St. John Payne. Thereafter, the March began from the Pasty Allers play field and headed down Central Street enroute to Basseterre.
The support at the Labour Day rally should be a clear indicator to the current government that the majority of citizens are not in sync with the mass victimization, the calculated nepotism, the constant deception and the trending of scare tactics that have been implemented thus far.