By Monique Washington
“No confidence in the CCM- led administration” was the theme by which the Nevis Reformation Party, (NRP) held a press conference on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
The press conference was held at the Credit Union Conference room. At the head table were new comer to the NRP, Virgil Browne, proposed candidate for St James; candidate for St John’s Parish, Hon. Hensley Daniel; representative for St. Paul’s Parish, Hon Robelto Hector; and representative for St. Thomas’ Parish, and leader of the Nevis Reformation Party, Hon. Joseph Parry. The conference was chaired by Dr. Kelvin Daley.
The party members spoke on specific subjects. Hon Robelto spoke on the water and electrical issue, currently plaguing the island.
Mr. Hensley Daniel spoke on the issues of health care, crime and recent issues at the Nevis Solid Waste Management.
Mr. Virgil Brown spoke on the proposed pier to be built in the St James area, at Oualie Beach. This pier is to be built by the CCM Administration.
The leader of NRP, Hon. Joseph Parry spoke briefly on each mentioned topic and included the mismanagement of the economy of Nevis, and the poor governance by the CCM led administration.
According to Daley the press conference was held to express “our solidarity to the people of Nevis”. He claimed that for the past 50 months, CCM has not delivered any social or economic activity and he was of the view that for the upcoming election, the CCM party should be voted out.
Nevispages will outline the details of the presentations by each speaker in subsequent news articles.