St Kitts'deputy PM resigns

Thursday, January 31, 2013

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BASSETTERE, St Kitts (CMC) —Deputy Prime Minister Sam Condor on Thursday announced his resignation from the Cabinet with immediate effect, citing recent developments as his reasons for stepping aside.

"The recent developments pertaining to issues of good governance and constitutional integrity have brought me to the point where I feel constrained to tender my resignation as a member of cabinet, with immediate effect.  

“I remain committed to serve and to do the best that I can for the people of St Christopher 3 and of the nation in general, by the grace of God and by the will of the people," he said in a release.

Condor served for more than 20 years as a parliamentarian and as a government minister for over 17 years.

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