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Prime Minister Warns He Won’t Allow his Party To Be Pushed Out Of Office

St Kitts and good choice Nevis (WINN): Prime Minister Denzil Douglas says his party was put in government with 60 per cent of viagra samples the popular vote in 2010, and doesn’t intend giving up because two former colleagues have moved away from the governing Labour Party.

“Because 60 per cent of the electorate voted for Labour in the last elections, and the Labour Party does not intend in any way to give up that majority which expressed its view to have the Labour Party continuing to serve its interest as the viagra one a day leadership of this particular country,” the prime minister told the nation.

Dr Douglas, following a question on his Ask The Prime Minister radio programme Tuesday, made light of the current situation in which six elected opposition members have written to the Governor General explaining that the prime minister no longer has their support.

They contend that Dr Douglas has a minority administration, and there is need to generic viagra pill remedy that situation.

Two of the six are former senior government ministers Dr Timothy Harris and Sam Condor.

“This nonsense about some people being elected and crossing a floor and then  because they are now a majority, they claim, of elected representatives on the opposite side that the Governor General must respond and appoint one of them as the new prime minister, it’s a joke,” Dr Douglas said.

It cannot happen in St Kitts and Nevis,” he warned.

“No Governor General is constitutionally empowered to take that action.  And if that action is taken the Labour Party will demonstrate who is in charge and who really has the majority of support in this country,” the prime minister told his radio audience.

For the prescription viagra second time in as many days, the pro-Labour argument for Harris and Condor to resign as MPs and seek a fresh mandate is generic everyday cialis again being touted as the way forward for these two former Labour parliamentarians.

The often-repeated position was advanced this past weekend by Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Prime Minister Denzil Douglas also returned to that appeal during his Ask The Prime Minister programme on Tuesday.

St Vincent’s Ralph Gonsalves suggested in a WINN FM interview that the two proposed by-elections could  force the prime minister’s hand.

Dr Douglas is also making the same suggestion.

There is no constitutional provision in St Kitts and Nevis for MPs who  cross the floor of cialis 200mg parliament to resign and free levitra sample pack seek a fresh mandate.

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