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Harris, Brantley and Richards to lead Unity Partnership

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St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN):  All three parties committed to the Unity Construct are to be represented in the leadership of the Movement.

Former Government Minister Dr. Timothy Harris, who has served in the Parliament for nearly eighteen years, was on Thursday night identified as the Leader of drug viagra the Unity Movement.

"We have decided that we will set aside all our political differences. We have decided that as we celebrate our 30th Anniversary of Independence, it is what is cialis time once more for us to buy female viagra online without prescription put the interest of the people of St. Kitts and Nevis first and foremost. Service to people is what Unity is about," Dr. Harris said to loud cheers from the levitra 10 mgs thousands gathered in the Greenlands Pasture.

PLP Leader Dr. Timothy Harris named as Leader of the Unity Partnership

Dr. Harris, the Leader of the People's Labour Party, was introduced as, "The next Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis," by Federal Opposition Leader Mr. Mark Brantley.

Mark BrantleyMr. Brantley, Deputy Leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement and Nevis Deputy Premier, was named Co-Deputy Leader of the Unity Partnership along with People's Action Movement Leader Shawn Richards.

During his presentation Thursday night, Dr. Harris pledged that a Unity Government would make preschool education free, and remove the VAT from food, medicine and educational materials.

He said the Partnership's agenda which would be rolled out in the coming days, was designed to return prosperity to the country, put the county back to work and create opportunities for all.  Dr. Harris said Unity's programme would rely on the pillars of Tourism, Agriculture, Financial Services and Alternative Energy.

The Unity Leader also pledged equitable treatment to the people Nevis.

"Respect for their government, fair and sine-cura.be equitable participation in our embassies, in the SIDF and in all areas of foreign assistance," Dr. Harris said.

Shawn RichardsNine candidates from the three parties stood together on www.tevaka.com the platform on Thursday night, all dressed in white shirts, with matching ties in the colours of the St. Kitts and Nevis flag.  Nevis Premier and CCM Leader Vance Amory, currently overseas was introduced via video.

It marked the first time in the nation's history that three political parties appeared together on the platform.

PAM Chairperson Cyndie Demming made a short address on behalf of cheap levitra online prescription an as yet unidentified Candidate to visit our site run against Prime Minister Denzil Douglas in Constituency Six, referring to him only as Mr. V.  His introduction by the PAM Chair seems to confirm reports that the individual will be a candidate of that party.

CCM Chairman Stedman Tross read an address from Premier Amory in which he pledged his full commitment to the Unity Construct.

The evening's presentations also included a video-taped message from the country's first Prime Minister and former PAM Leader Dr. Sir Kennedy Simmonds, who endorsed the visit our site Unity Partnership and called on nationals to rally behind the Unity Team.

"I taped this message against a white background by design to symbolize my full support for and endorsement of the tripartite Unity Movement, and I call on all persons of goodwill, in and of the Federation to canadian pharmacies nexium viagra support the Unity candidates and carry them on to victory.  God bless Unity and generic cialis viagra God bless St. Kitts and Nevis," Sir Kennedy said.

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Comments  

-2 #4 Jackie 2013-10-01 15:10
Quoting DM:
How could 3 people lead a party? Unsustainable at best.


They also plan to "rotate" the Prime Ministership should they not lose the election. What confusion da gon be!

Better the "Douggie" we know than whom we don't know.
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0 #3 DM 2013-09-29 19:13
How could 3 people lead a party? Unsustainable at best.
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+16 #2 Straight Talk 2013-09-27 10:43
Time for action, educate, educate, educate. Be all inclusive, honest, respectful, truthful, loyal, caring, loving, progressive, hardworking and ambitious. We need a better not bitter SKN. We need term limit for our leaders, no automatic and crippling pension for MP's, a Federal Home for the PM and DPM. A watchdog committee overseeing MP's stewardship quarterly and reporting to we the the best place Nation. Failure, spells replacement by the candidate polling next highest number of votes to the failing MP. At 30 we deserve better, let's put our best minds together and build our nation on a solid sure foundation. Run the government like how the best runned corporations are managed.
When people goof up and cannot be redeemed fire them and stop stagnating the nation through countless court battles! Let's put our nation first and not our personal ambitions at the expense of grief and http://findredrainey.com/generic-levitra-online pain.
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+11 #1 Alleygirl2 2013-09-27 10:33
May God continue to purchasing cialis in canada keep all of viagra for sale london you safe as you continue to fight for our Beloved Country and People. FAMILY FAMILY UNITY
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