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Tuesday, December 6, 2011


Kenny challenges the results of Central & South East Castries! Will the margin now 14-3, exactly as the polls had predicted?

Dr Kenny Anthony has announced that he will challenge the poll results of the Castries Central and South East Castries. He said his lawyers will be arriving on the island this week to begin the legal proceedings.

Dr Anthony is well-known for his sound and impeccable legal judgment and prowess; and when he says he will engage an opponent in legal battle, you can sure bet it is because he is confident that he will draw blood.

There is no doubt that the SLP was the better prepared and organized party in this elections with a "second-to-none" framework for monitoring and feedback on the polling process. There is no doubt that Dr Anthony and the SLP A-Team have conducted the requisite internal reviews and now it’s up to the lawyers to deliver in a court of Law!

The hypothetical recount suggests that both Richard Frederick and Guy Joseph are on their way out! It’s a matter of time!

Sources close to the SLP reveal that the legal counsels who supervised the final count on behalf Emma and Alvina have expressed extreme optimism that the margins for both candidates will increase should there be a judicial recount.

The pursuance of a judicial review on behalf of Freggis is still under consideration.

Assuming that the judicial reviews for those three constituencies favour the SLP, the margin of victory would turn out to be exactly what the polls had predicted, 14-3.

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