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Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-
Bissessar is among three political
party leaders in Trinidad and
Tobago to have congratulated the
leader of St Kitts-Nevis Team
Unity, Dr Timothy Harris, on his
victory at the polls on Monday.
Harris Team Unity, a coalition
of parties, won seven of the 11 seats
contested, defeating the St Kitts-
Nevis Labour Party, led by former
prime minister Dr Denzil Douglas,
which won three. Nevis Reforma-
tion Party won one.
The results were announced by
election supervisor Wingrove
George on Tuesday evening, almost
24 hours after polls closed.
His vote count was suspended
on Monday night after he claimed
he was being threatened by some
George said on ZIZ 96.1FM on
Tuesday morning that he could not
announce the result while it was
being "contested and challenged"
by some candidates and indicated
that it would be released no later
than noon on that day.
That deadline was not met and
he announced the results on the St
Kitts-Nevis radio station around
Persad-Bissessar was one of the
regional leaders who expressed con-
cern about the delay in declaring
She said early Tuesday that the
region s reputation for democracy
and free and fair elections remained
under threat until the results were
St Vincent and the Grenadines
Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves
also issued a statement on Tuesday
morning calling for the results to
He said both the Organisation of
Eastern Caribbean States and Cari-
com should issue a joint statement
on the matter.
Persad-Bissessar, in congratu-
lating Harris, said yesterday she
looked forward "to working with
Prime Minister Harris to advance
regional integration and co-oper-
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Row-
ley congratulated Harris on his
election victory even before the
official results were announced. So
too did leader of the ILP, Jack
Rowley told Harris his coalition s
victory at the polls was "handsome
and very significant."
Rowley said, "The Team Unity
victory represents the resolve of
the people who endured to the end
as battles were fought to keep
democracy alive even when Parlia-
ment and the Courts, at times,
seemed not to be able to protect
the people from the naked abuse
of power by incumbents who would
do anything to hold on to power
even at the expense of democracy
Rowley said the experiences of
the people of St Kitts "hold many
lessons for the people of Trinidad
and Tobago as we all as Caricom
people commit to ensuring that at
the end of the day the will of the
people must always prevail."
Warner said the citizens of St
Kitts-Nevis provided "a shining
example to the region and the world
of what can be achieved through
dedication to democracy, consen-
sus, a commitment to provide clean
and honest government and an
inclusive political process."
Yesterday was declared a public
holiday on the islands in celebration
of Team Unity s victory at the polls
Team Unity wins seven of 11 seats
Newly elected Prime Minister of St
Kitts and Nevis, Dr Timothy S
Masqueraders enjoy themselves during celebrations in Tobago on Tuesday.
PHOTO COURTESY CASWELL GORDON, DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION,
TOBAGO HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
Local leaders congratulate Dr Harris
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