The motion of no confidence submitted by the opposition casts doubt on Allen Chastanet's ability as the country's leader. But what do his constituents think of his work on the ground as a parliamentary representative? Our Choice News team took to the crowd to find out.
In related news, varied opinions, rumours and suspicions have been shared regarding how government ministers will decide to vote on the highly anticipated motion.
Many have argued that while Ministers may be inclined to vote solely on the basis of party affiliation, their vote should rightfully reflect the views of the constituents who elected them as parliamentary representatives. We asked various ministers whether they held any form of consultation within their constituenc
Hundreds turned out to have their views aired ahead of Tuesday’s sitting of Parliament. However, they were forced to keep the activities contained to two specific areas- the William Peter Boulevard and Constitution park.
Amanie Mathurin spoke to one senior law enforcement officer who was on hand to contribute to the crowd control efforts.
In other news, the President of the vendor’s association shared a few of his concerns surrounding the way in which the island is marketed. Isaac believes that those who are in marketing and promotions positions should think outside of the box. Here's Love Spooner with the details.
A recent training session hosted by the Saint Lucia National Trust aims to provide mentors with the necessary skills needed to assist various civil society organizations in Saint Lucia. More from Oneka Mc Coy
The vote of no confidence in the leadership of Allen Chastanet has been heavy on the minds of many ever since the announcement was initially made at a well attended protest rally in December. After much delay, the long awaited day finally arrived on Tuesday January 29th. Love Spooner reports.