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Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says ‘sex tape’ would not influence the electorate votes on December 9th

gonsalvesSt. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says a featuring a man whose voice is strikingly similar to a prominent member of his ruling Unity Labour Party will not influence how the electorate votes in the December 9th General Elections.

At least four audio recordings have appeared online since November 7th when Dr. Gonsalves announced the election in which the ULP is seeking an unprecedented fourth term of office.

Yesterday the Prime Minister said the election is about issues. This election is about the performance of the ULP. This election is about plans and programmes and policies…it is about the quality of the candidates and the election is about leadership.

He said anyone who wants to go and deal with issues other than those can go and deal with them. The leadership of the main opposition New Democratic Party has remained silent on the sex tape amidst accusation by ULP supporters that its operatives were involved in its production and release.

Maia Eustace, daughter of opposition leader Arnhim Eustace, has said that sex tapes are not part of the NDP’s campaign. She said the NDP’s campaign is about four core issues: corruption, crime, the treatment of women in SVG, and joblessness.



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