Prime Minister of St Lucia Philip J Pierre hailed the citizens of St Lucia on its 43rd Independence Day and expressed his pleasure through the video message. On Tuesday, February 22, 2022, PM wished the St Lucians under the Douvan Ansanm, which means celebrating our people.
While encouraging the country’s people, PM Pierre asserted that the most significant responsibility towards the resident is to be responsible citizens, especially when the country has faced any bid problem like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outlining the importance of unity and responsibility, PM Pierre cited, “If people of the country assure to be the best citizens, then the country would witness the solutions of various problems such as road accident, less pollution and the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic”.
“With the negative impact of the novel coronavirus, the country’s health sector gets the less pressure as various health facilities, and I am advocating that we turn a new leaf and do more for our country by doing better for ourselves.
He further emphasized the work of his government for the betterment of the citizens and stressed that the government is making every effort to do what one could do for himself, and our government would always believe in unity, not in the division within our St Lucian family. So, in these unnatural battles, no one is a winner, and no one is the loser here.
Outlining the significance of the election for society and the bad part of the bad politics, the PM of St Lucia stressed that the elections could be good or bad; it could be good if it is used for the improvement of society and bad when the elections are only noticed as prospects to benefit from selfish behaviour.
“The youth has been recognized as the greatest asset in the growth and development of the country, which is right now facing crime, anti-social behaviours and as well as unemployment, underlined PM Pierre.
He further underscored that this is time to move forwards together and confidently, collaboratively, calmly and purposefully. Happy Independence Day”, PM Pierre quoted.