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THAT’S UNFAIR

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The President of the Caribbean Federation of the Police Welfare Association and also Acting Superintendent of Police in Trinidad and Tobago, Anand Ramser stated that police officers are being made the scapegoat or target. Anand Ramser was speaking against the allegations against police officers involved in the Operations Restore Confidence programme. He has called for the removal of investigations promoted by bias and prejudice without a clear agenda. The President of the Caribbean federation of Police Welfare made the pronouncement at the Intersessional meeting where they reviewed the operations of the Police Welfare Association in an effort to improve the Associations. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports.

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LUCELEC MOVES DOWN SOUTH

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For southern LUCELEC customers, a new and more convenient option to manage your service awaits. One June 21, LUCELEC will open the doors to a new customer service office in Vieux-Fort.

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Farmers to rally for hog prices

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Farmers in Saint Lucia are seeking for a fair price for pork following a hike in production. The St Lucia Pig Farmers Co-operative Society Limited has summoned a meeting with the membership slated for Thursday June 17. The aim is to discuss various issues facing the sector.SHOW LESS

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Remand prisoners to vote for first time in history.

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According to the MBC Prime sources at the Bordelaise Correctional Facility, the remand population will cast their ballot at the upcoming general elections. Although the Government of Saint Lucia has not made provisions to facilitate the process, well-placed sources indicate come that fateful day, 328 inmates that make up the remand population will be able to exercise their constitutional right. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports

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