Former Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister, Baldwin Spencer is of the view that the Unity Labour Party (ULP) administration here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines deserves to be re-elected for another five year term based on the policies and programs it has implemented since elected in 2001.
Mr. Spencer, who is now leader of the Opposition United Progressive Party (UPP), expressed his opinion while speaking yesterday on the Shake Up program aired here on WEFM.
Mr. Spencer also made an appeal for the ULP not to become complacent, since as he noted, having a good track record alone does not guarantee that a political party will be re-elected to govern a country.
Vincentians will go to the polls on December 9th to elect a new government. Nomination day is Friday November 20th, 2015.