SLP concludes 2017 conference of delegates

By SLP

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Saint Lucia Labour Party held the Closed Session of its Annual Conference at the Canaries Primary School on Sunday 15th October, 2017.

The conference was attended by delegates from all seventeen constituencies and received the annual report from the General Secretary on Party activities for the last year.

There were also reports from the President of the Women’s Organization and the Constitution Review Committee.
Delegates also engaged in a question and answer session where concerns were discussed with the leadership of the Party.

The conference debated and approved a motion mandating the Party to form a committee to look into the acquisition of a building to serve as a Headquarters Building for the Saint Lucia Labour Party.

There was also a vote of confidence in the Political Leader and by secret ballot the Hon Philip J. Pierre received 256 votes of confidence and 16 votes of no confidence.

Hon Moses Jn Baptiste (Chairman), Ms. Alvina Reynolds (Vice Chairman), Senator Guibion Ferdinand (Assistant Secretary) and Mr. Errol Charles (Treasurer) were also elected by the delegates.

Newly endorsed Political Leader Hon Philip J Pierre, impressed upon delegates the need to work collectively and increase their mobilization efforts to ensure that the Saint Lucia Labour Party is prepared to defend and protect Saint Lucia from the poor governance of the UWP government.

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One comment

  1. SLP understands coercive control. Good governance? This party historically, has never shown any ability to grow the economy among other things. Good governance has always been observed by its absence. They do not now, and have never known what this means. SLP is the party of empty rhetoric. It has yet to prove otherwise. We are, for the good of the country, still waiting for the sea change.

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