Opposition promises to put God first in everything they do

This apparently is a belief shared by members of the united opposition in St. Kitts and Nevis who this weekend will be heading to the Wesley Methodist Church, on Seaton Street, Basseterre, St Kitts, to continue the process they say, of building the country on a Godly foundation.

A spokesman for the group, which includes the People’s Action Movement, (PAM), the People’s Labour Party, (PLP) and the Concerned Citizens Movement, (CCM), explained that they have come together for the good of their country, promising that they will put God first in everything they do.

A release from the group on Wednesday afternoon stated that the parties have embarked on a historic journey to break the partisan political tribalism and to work in the best interest of the federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.

To date, they say they have already outlined a good governance and prosperity agenda. Some elements of the good governance agenda includes, term Limits for Prime Ministers, fixed election dates, Information Act, Freedom of Access to state media by the opposition, and the Integrity in Public Life Act. 

The package of change also includes what they refer to as some very attractive Tax Reforms which have already been announced-including the removal of VAT from food, medicine and funeral expenses. 

Plans have also been announced to provide free universal access to preschool education in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Since the decision to forge a united front was formally announced in a big rally on 26th September, 2013, at Greenlands Park, the group which is styled, Team Unity, has been very active in its outreach to the public. They have initiated a series of public meetings, marches, press conferences, and visits to manufacturing sector.

Visits to churches have become a prominent part of their programme to share the values of this new political movement. In the recent past, Team Unity has visited the Mount Carmel Baptist Church in Bourryeau, the Bethel Moravian Church in Cayon and the New Testament Church of God on Central Street, Basseterre. 

The service at Wesley is due to commence 9:00am and is expected to have the direct participation of the Team Unity members.

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