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Former CabSec has a few choice words about Saint Lucia’s current state of affairs

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Retired long-time Cabinet Secretary spanning multiple Administrations, Victor Girard – one year later, remains critical of the Chastanet Administration’s collection of amounts in excess of the legislate $4.00 excise tax on fuel. The former Senior Technocrat spoke with Senior Political Correspondent Miguel Fevrier at length on a few of the topical issues surrounding the economics of the COVID-19 pandemic on Saint Lucia.

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GOV’T, OPPOSITION SPAR OVER CONTROVERSIAL COVID BILL

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The Allen Chastanet Administration today [September 29] shrugged off appeals from the Saint Lucia Bar Association and recently the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association for greater consultation on proposed Covid Bill. Despite government’s “successes” with containing the COVID-19 virus, the Prime Minister backed by his Attorney General explained the COVID Bill is pre-emptive and intended to allow authorities to initiate emergency protocols.

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FORMER PM FINGERS DCA IN CONTROVERSIAL PITON DEVELOPMENT

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While officials at the Development Control Authority remain tight lipped on the controversial Gros-Piton construction, former Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony has come to out to set the record straight. He maintains his decision to grant ‘approved developer’ status to an Amercian businessman following the multi-million dollar sale of the Anse L’Yvrogne Estate did not breach local laws.

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Grass Streets Residents to CC and MP: Just do your job.

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One month after residents of Grass Street and Leslie Land took to the media to express the inaction of the authorities in addressing a nagging garbage situation, it remains unresolved. The residents who say that there have been a rise in dengue cases among their children as a result, now don’t care about contracts for the removal of the refuse.

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