The announcement of a team of overseas observers to the Federation of St.Kitts-Nevis was made shortly before their arrival which came two days ahead of the General Elections slated for Friday 5th June 2020.
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.
Observant voters have been identified byOpposition Leader of the St.Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) and elected Parliamentary Representative for Constituency Six Dr. Denzil Douglas as being among those who have provided information to support the party’s allegations of unfairness that took place during the 2020 general elections in St.Kitts-Nevis.
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.
Hours before the 2020 General Elections in St.Kitts-Nevis slated for Friday 5th June 2020, issues surrounding the operations of the Electoral Office continue to be debated publicly from frustrated registered voters seeking information and other Salike to top officials.
The Team Unity Government now has a second female among its eleven-member national cabinet in its second term which features four newcomers.
Dr. Geoffrey Hanley of Constituency One (East Basseterre), has dismissed rumours that challenged his eligibility to run as a first time candidate of the opposition St.Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) in the upcoming general elections.
The Supervisor of Elections, Elvin Bailey has released the official results-issued on Thursday 11th June- in document form, showing the full details of ballots cast on polling day here in St.Kitts-Nevis conducted on Friday 5th June 2020, as a follow-up to his live televised and radio periodic presentations made.