Higher Au­thor­i­ties in In­vest Saint Lucia Stand-off?

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL -

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”.

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