Team UNITY Communications Press release
My fellow citizens and residents: I want, on behalf of my family and I, to wish you a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
The beginning of a new year is always a good time to reflect on the previous year and at the same time to plan for the upcoming year. I thank God that he has allowed us to see the end of a year and the beginning of a new one. I pause to reflect upon those that we would have lost in 2013 and in particular, I spare a thought for those who perished in St. Lucia and St. Vincent and The Grenadines, in what has been dubbed the Christmas tragedy. Their memories and their spirits live on with their loved ones.
Basseterre, St.Kitts, November 30th 2013 - (Team UNITY Communications):- It took the government of St.Kitts and Nevis more than one week to formulate a response to the explosive diplomatic scandal surrounding the issuance of the diplomatic passport to an Iranian citizen, Alireza Moghadam. When the response came today via two statements in Parliament, the government failed miserably in allaying the concerns of the thinking citizens of St.Kitts and Nevis.
Team Unity’s Leader, Dr. the Hon Timothy Harris, a former Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, slammed the illegitimate government for failing to address the serious questions of public concern raised by the diplomatic scandal and the implications for the St.Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program. Dr. Harris was interviewed on Winnfm Radio by its General Manager, Clive Bacchus.
Dr. Harris castigated Nisbett and Douglas for their failure to address the pertinent issues
Twenty Five outstanding youths of the federation are to receive awards at a special sitting of parliament tomorrow, November 27.
Dr Harris, leader of Team Unity, and other opposition parliamentarians reiterated that despite the Opposition boycott they are supportive of the youths of the land and has issued letters to each of them congratulating them on their awards and outlining its position.
Meanwhile Leader of the Opposition the Hon. Mark Brantley, Hon. Shawn Richards, Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris and the Hon. Sam Condor in continuation of their protest against the legitimacy of the Douglas led government, walked out of the recent sittting of the Federal Parliament. After prayer was offered and the House declared to be in session, the men exited the proceedings without explanation to the Speaker.
“We have written
Courtesy of SKN Vibes
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – THE government is being called upon to break its deafening silence on a matter of national and international interest involving a diplomatic passport that was found in the possession of an Iranian national.
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