“You can’t have people questioning your integrity after five years and think that’s ok. That’s not ok and my father will not be a part of that. He will not, not, not be a part of that… My father will not die a hypocrite.”
Well-known protestor Curtis Crooke of Constituency Three (West Basseterre) has been taking to the streets again ahead of the next general elections slated for Friday 5th June 2020.
Following official Nominations held on Wednesday 27th May 2020, a total of nine (9) newcomers to the political race arena are among the twenty-three (23) General Elections runners this time around including independent.
Well-known public figure Sam Condor has quit his relationship with the Team Unity government and is asking voters to be guided by their conscience in the upcoming 5th June 2020 General Elections as a turn of events on the political scene has now seen him now refreshing his support for the St.Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) whose administration and political organisation he left in January 2013.
Criticism about representation in Constituency Six by newcomer candidate Kevin ‘Nicky’ Williams of the People’s Labour Party (PLP) has been responded to by his running mate, Leader of the St.Kitts-Nevis Labour Party and former Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas.
Police officers have been monitoring the line outside the Electoral Office on Central Street in Basseterre as the numbers of visitors has increased on the heels of the announcement of the 2020 General Elections, slated for Friday 5th May to be followed by the nomination of candidates on Wednesday 27th May.