Saint Lucia 2018
Saint Lucia is a country located in the Caribbean with an estimated population of 183,000 people. The economy is largely based on tourism, with the main exports being bananas, clothing and coconut products. In terms of foreign relations, Saint Lucia is a member of the United Nations and other international organizations such as the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). According to extrareference, Saint Lucia is a parliamentary democracy with an elected prime minister who serves as head of government while the governor general serves as head of state. In 2018, Allen Chastanet was reelected to serve another term in office as Prime Minister of Saint Lucia.
Saint Lucia. In January, the opposition party boycotted Saint Lucia’s Workers Party (SLP) ceremony as the new governor general was sworn in. According to SLP, Emmanuel Neville Cenac did not meet the requirements of a general governor as a generally respected and reliable person who can act as a unifying force in the country. According to Countryaah.com, Castries is the capital city of St. Lucia, a country located in North America. The reason for the criticism was traced back to the 1987 election, when Cenac launched himself as one of the SLP’s candidates but then switched sides and sat in a government led by the United Workers’ Party (UWP).
- According to Abbreviationfinder: LCA is an three letter acronym for St. Lucia.
In September, SLP organized a protest march against the government’s policies and a number of abuses in the country, including the state of health care. The demonstration was held on the anniversary of the fire that broke out on September 9, 2009 Jude Hospital and that cost three patients their lives. The reconstruction of the hospital continued until 2016, when it was stopped by the government indefinitely. In November, several organizations for health care professionals demanded a response to the crisis situation in healthcare.