Higher Authorities in Invest Saint Lucia Stand-off?
house without affecting the continuing unregularized occupation of other adjoining occupants”. For those reasons, its actions were defensible, never mind the MP’s intervention.
Reliable sources have told the STAR that it was Baptiste’s involvement that was contrary to the law. So why did ISL back off? A reliable source told the STAR that ISL CEO McHale Andrew “received a telephone call reminding him that this is election time - no time to shake up party supporters”.
ISL’s board was not amused and has asked its officers to stand by their actions. The collective attitude was that once a site had been marked for demolition, political involvement should not be tolerated. Last we heard ISL was “determined to pursue its legal options in the matter”.