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Posted: Sunday 26 March, 2023 at 4:01 PM

Greaux exits PLP citing "eradication of democracy"

By: Staff Reporter,

    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - JUST one day after the Deputy Leader of the People’s Labour, Akilah Byron-Nisbett, had tendered her resignation from the political organisation, another one has followed in her footsteps. 


    That member is the Party’s former candidate for Constituency Number Two, Nubian Greaux, in whose letter to the Party’s Chairman stated, in part, that “it is with heavy heart that I write to you to formally tender my resignation from the People’s Labour Party”.


    The letter was dated March 25, merely 24 hours after Byron-Nisbett had tendered her resignation.


    Greaux reminded the Chairman that he was a member of the Party from its inception and stood on the core principles of “democracy, justice and economic equality for all”.


    However, unlike Byron-Nisbett, he laid the issues bare, noting that “over the last few months, I have seen a general deterioration of the values of the Party and the eradication of democracy, a principle that is of great importance to me”.


    “After much deliberation and discussions,” he added, “It is clear that the current leadership of the People’s Labour Party does not respect the core values of the Party. It is rather unfortunate that as a party, we continue to engage in a level of disrespect and disregard, of which I want no part of.”


    But despite leaving the Party, the businessman said: “I remain committed to the people of St. Kitts and Nevis and will continue to do everything within my power to advocate for their interests.”


    “In consultation with my family, and members of my community, I wish to therefore inform you that as of today, 25 March 2023, I am resigning from the People’s Labour Party and from all associated interests within the Party. It is my hope that the structure of the Party be re-evaluated, with the interest of our people positioned at the forefront,” disclosed Greaux.


    Unlike the Byron-Nisbett issue, the PLP Communications arm has not responded to this latest saga of exit from the Party.


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