Anti-Gang Bill now available online

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Anti-Gang Bill now available online
Photo of members of a Brazilian gang called Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC)
Photo of members of a Brazilian gang called Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC)

The Anti-Gang Bill is now available on the Facebook Page: Press Secretary to the Prime Minister (Saint Lucia).

Access here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Press-Secretary-to-the-Prime-Minister-Saint-Lucia/215544345202855

Your thoughts are welcomed.

The Bill will also be the subject of discussion on Inside Government on RSL 97 tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9 at 2 pm.

Minister for Legal Affairs, Home Affairs and National Security, Senator Victor Phillip La Corbinere is the press secretary’s guest.

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  1. Were is the democracy,people people should be free to assemble and communicate in a (law abiding) manner. This has always been the law.i think right now with the present crisis the PM is null.

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  2. After waiting several years to act upon an obviously serious problem,this is the crap that is dredged. This law is fraught with issues concerning affiliations and in general civil liberties. I suspect individuals who retain competent attorneys can avoid penalties. Time will tell. I was anticipating that the government would pass legislation that would substantially increase the penalty for illegal gun ownership. I am talking in range of 20-25 years. Individuals caught smuggling firearms into the country get a mandatory 30 years. The deterrence factor in such a law would even have dimwits to think twice. Ever wondered why people are reluctant to litter the highways of Massachusetts? Heck!the fine goes up to $5,000. I believe that the effort should have been directed secondarily against conceal weapons (both knives and guns). To support this action, they should have allocate a budget for increased road checks. Next, it should have been made unlawful to have front windows of vehicles tinted. A more head on approach would surely cause attrition. At this point, the goal should be to warehouse those violent types.

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  3. this is bulshit , why so illusive, still have alot of concerns on this bill, sorry i dont trust politicians...

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