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St. Kitts & Nevis: Team Unity welcomes debate on Motion of No Confidence

Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris said today that his Cabinet is fully supportive of the Speaker’s decision to schedule the Motion of No Confidence (MONC) for Monday, December 24th, 2018, thereby treating it with urgency.

When we were in Opposition, we asked the Douglas administration to do the honourable thing and allow the tabling, debate and vote on a Motion of No Confidence.

The Douglas administration callously refused to do so for 26 months i.e. holding the MONC in abeyance for more than 2 years, even when it was clear that he had lost the confidence of the majority of elected Members of Parliament.

It was a fundamental breach of Parliamentary practice and tradition by the illegitimate Douglas regime and a violation of our constitutional right, as found by the High Court.   In keeping with our mandate for good governance, we are leading by example.  The motion will be disposed of soonest.

“Given the strong support by the people for Team Unity and the excellent record-breaking performance of my Government in education, good governance, healthcare, housing, roadworks and other infrastructure, the motion is a distraction by an unpopular Opposition.  The Cabinet is ready for the debate,” Prime Minister Harris said today.

We will remain focused on serving the people and improving their welfare.


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