UWP postpones planned march and public meeting

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UWP postpones planned march and public meeting

The United Workers Party (UWP) says the candlelight march and public meeting which were scheduled for Tuesday, December 10 have been postponed until further notice.

“The logistical arrangements necessary for hosting a meeting of such magnitude would not be reasonably satisfied before Tuesday,” the party said.

“The party understands the excitement and enthusiasm brought about by the announcement from our political leader on RCI’s News Spin and DBS’ News Maker Live, however, we assure you that the new date selected will see an even bigger and better event than what was planned initially. Again, we regret any inconvenience caused.”

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  1. the past will always come back to hunt them we cannot forget third world, the town council moneys nor the foundation.

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  2. the past has not forgotten all the moneys from the town council as well as the foundation cannot be forgotten

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  3. Secrets and mistrust within Allen's UWP
    If what people are telling me is true, the LPM seems to be the only political party left on the island capable of achieving a comparable result.

    http://www.caribbeannewsnow.com/topstory-Letter:-Secrets-and-mistrust-within-Allen%27s-UWP-18997.html

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  4. Flambeau at it again, always shooting themselves in the foot,can't even organize a match and meeting.Satan can't correct sin.
    Two years in opposition is no suggestion that Lucians have forgotten your'll sins.

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  5. continue doing that both of you all crappy party poor people sufferwhilst u guys eat steak and drink wine

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  6. Typical foot in mouth of the leader. Enthusiasm is not what should drive a leader but sound decision making emanating from a settled thought process, discussion and planning. Clearly he had not planned that march before he spoke. In essence he mis-spoke.

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