Governor-General responds to letter written by PAM, CCM on showing no confidence in PM Harris

While responding to all the six elected representatives of CCM and PAM who have shown disapproval, Governor-General noted, "I wish to acknowledge receipt of a communication addressed to me. It bears no date."

Governor-General responds to letter written by PAM, CCM on showing no confidence in PM Harris
Governor-General responds to letter written by PAM, CCM on showing no confidence in PM Harris

St Kitts and Nevis: Governor-General of St Kitts and Nevis S W Tapley Seaton responded to the letter written by the leaders of the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) and People’s Action Movement (PAM), in which they have shown no confidence in the current Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris. 

On Thursday, April 21, 2022, Governor-General issued a letter in response to CCM and PAM. 

While responding to all the six elected representatives of CCM and PAM who have shown disapproval, Governor-General noted, “I wish to acknowledge receipt of a communication addressed to me. It bears no date.”

He further stated he would make every effort to take possible action on the events occurring in the Federation. He said, “I noted the request contained therein. Consistent with my duty to seek formal legal advice, I wish to advise that I will do so and revert you at the earliest.”

Deputy Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis Shawn K Richards declared that they expressed no confidence in current Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris. While making it more critical in his address to the nation on Thursday, April 21, 2022, Richards announced that 6 of 9 Member Parliaments had decided to make him a new prime minister. 

The Parliamentary Representatives wrote a letter to the Governor-General and expressed their no confidence. 

While expressing commitment to Team Unity, Deputy PM Shawn K Richards noted,” I stand in support and solidarity with the concept of unity amongst our people and political leaders, an idea and a movement that brought us to new heights in the last seven years and that has helped us to successfully navigate the challenges brought on by the COVID- 19 pandemic.” 

He further stated that the concept of unity is based on mutual respect trust honesty and fairness the concept of unity shall only thrive by its very nature and inclusion.