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St. Kitts-Nevis Electoral Office
Electoral Office barricaded off & Elections Ballots removed from office in contravention of the Law
Yesterday afternoon, Thursday March 26th, 2015 sometime after 2 o’clock; this newspaper was reliably informed of some strange activities taking place at the Electoral Office here on Central Street, in downtown Basseterre.

When we arrived on the scene we observed a number of Police vehicles parked on the outside, and the road (Central Street) was cordoned off from the intersection of New Street and Central Street and the Electoral office was barricaded off preventing pedestrians from walking on the side walk outside of the building.

A number of Police Officers and activists of the new government were busily engaged in removing a number of items from the Electoral Office, including ballot boxes and placing them in a police pick-up and a bus that pulled up outside. (We captured pictures of the scene which are published on our front page and elsewhere in this publication)

We however understand that the ballots from the February 16th, 2015 General Elections were earlier removed f...

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