Mark Brantley says six St. Kitts ministers fired for standing on principle


Premier Mark Brantley of Nevis claims he and five other Cabinet ministers were fired because they stood up for their country and “what is right.”

The ousted foreign affairs minister insisted in a series of social media posts that the six had done the right thing by the people of St. Kitts and Nevis by standing up to Prime cheap levitra Minister Dr. Timothy cialis online pharmacy canada Harris, whom he accused of wanting to be a dictator.

Prime Minister Harris had previously stated that he had advised Governor General Sir Samuel Tapley Seaton to revoke the appointments of Brantley, Deputy Prime Minister Shawn Richards, Minister of Tourism, International Trade, Industry, and Commerce Lindsay Grant, Minister of Education, Youth, Sport & Culture Jonel Powell, and Minister of Agriculture Fisheries, and Marine Resources Alexis Jeffers, and Minister of Environment Eric Evelyn.

After the governor general refused to remove Harris after the group of legislators wrote to him stating that the prime minister no longer had the backing of the majority in the nine-seat National Assembly, the six filed a resolution of no-confidence against the Prime Minister , which has yet to be debated.