In a brief statement to the country late Tuesday, Dr. Douglas said, “To the newly elected members of the People’s Action Movement, the Concerned Citizens Movement and the People’s Labour Party, I extend sincere congratulations in response to your success at the polls.”
He also expressed his appreciation to the country for the “honor” of serving the nation.
“I extend, on behalf of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, sincere and enduring gratitude for the sacred honor that you bestowed on our Party, by permitting us to manage the affairs of our blessed nation for the past twenty years,” said Dr. Douglas.
He told the nation that he would always “cherish having been given the opportunity to lead the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis. And for this most precious of opportunities, I once again thank you.”
He also extended best wishes to the incoming government.
Prior to Dr. Douglas’ address, the supervisor of elections had formally announced the results of the general elections, although he gave no statistics on the votes cast.
Ian ‘Patches’ Liburd, Constituency #1 (People’s Action Movement)
Marcella Liburd, Constituency #2 (SKN Labour Party)
Konris Maynard, Constituency #3 (SKN Labour Party)
Lindsay Grant, Constituency #4 (People’s Action Movement)
Shawn Richards, Constituency #5 (People’s Action Movement)
Dr. Denzil Douglas, Constituency #6 (SKN Labour Party)
Dr. Timothy Harris, Constituency #7 (People’s Labour Party)
Eugene Hamilton, Constituency #8 (People’s Action Movement)
Mark Brantley, Constituency #9 (Concerned Citizens Mocement)
Vance Amory, Constituency #10 (Concerned Citizens Mocement)
Patrice Nisbett, Constituency #11 (Nevis Reformation Party)
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