DP to Follow All Election Guidelines Set Forth by Minister Richardson. Urges Supporters to Join at DP Election HQ at Bute Hotel
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DP to Follow All Election Guidelines Set Forth by Minister Richardson. Urges Supporters to Join at DP Election HQ at Bute Hotel

DP final public meeting on Wednesday in Simpson Bay Village next to the Taste Factory. (DP FB Photo) DP final public meeting on Wednesday in Simpson Bay Village next to the Taste Factory. (DP FB Photo)

PHILIPSBURG - The Democratic Party of St. Maarten on Thursday, the eve of the 2014 Parliamentary Elections for St. Maarten, reiterated that t will be holding itself to the stipulations laid forth by the Minister of Justice regarding the conduct of political parties during elections.

“The Democratic Party, in keeping with its continued focus of adherence to the laws of the land and cooperation amongst all entities, has pledged that it, as a political party contesting the 2014 elections will adhere to the election guidelines as set forth by the Minister of Justice the Honorable Dennis Richardson,” stated Democratic Leader the Honorable Sarah Wescot-Williams. The Party also reiterated that all political parties contesting in Friday’s elections do the same.

The Democratic Party also is inviting all of its members to its election headquarters at the Bute Hotel; “We urge all supporters and members of the Democratic Party to join us throughout the day and in the evening as we watch the election results at our election headquarters at the Bute Hotel,” read the Democratic Party statement. The party also again urged all of the voters to come out in force and elect their representatives for the 2014-2018 Parliament. (Contributed by the DP Party)

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