Hits: 200 Created on 13 March 2017 Written by William Joseph Category: POLITICS
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BEFORE WE VOTE

The Constitution provides for the prorogation of Parliament in given circumstances. It does not provide for pre-empting the voter or pirating the vote in any circumstances! Section 32 of the Constitution provides for a system involving registration, entitlement and the privacy of the voter. Notice the connection to individual expression, freedom of conscience and right to liberty. These arrangements must be followed before and in order that we elect a Parliament and form an Executive. So, before Parliament and before Cabinet, the people must vote.

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Hits: 181 Created on 13 March 2017 Written by Kit Stonewalling Category: POLITICS
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THE FOUR LETTER WORD

The Stonewalling psyche is always in pursuit of new knowledge, but the university scene has its elitist clique who emerges from behind those sacred walls with oodles of learning and unmatched brilliant ideas beyond the reach of the grassroots like Kit.

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Hits: 204 Created on 12 March 2017 Written by NDC Category: POLITICS
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THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS (NDC) EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE NEWLY ELECTED EXECUTIVE OF THE PUBLIC WORKERS UNION (PWU)

St. George -- The National Democratic Congress has extended congratulations to the newly elected executive of the Public Workers Union and says that the election of Rachael Roberts and her team reflects the confidence of the Union in its ability to foster change and better industrial relations for workers.

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Hits: 174 Created on 12 March 2017 Written by George Category: POLITICS
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Hits: 236 Created on 06 March 2017 Written by George Category: POLITICS
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POLITICAL LEADER PROTESTS AND GOVERNOR GENERAL RESPONDS

St. George -- On February 24, political leader of the National Democratic Congress, Sen. Nazim Burke wrote to Governor General, Dame Cecile LaGrenade protesting the termination of ten Registration Officers at the Parliamentary Elections Office -- an action which sparked what Sen Burke described as disquiet, anxiety, fear and dismay. Click here to read. 

By way of a letter dated March 2, Her Excellency has responded to Sen. Burke, as follows: Click here to read

 

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