The Unity Labour Party (ULP) has launched its online version of its 2015 Manifesto.
The party unveiled a softcopy of the 66-page document last Saturday night at a Rally held at the Campden Park Playing field.
The document summarizes ULP’s comprehensive policies and programs which it will employed for the next five years to further develop St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Dr. Gonsalves said, the Manifesto is a perpetuation of the three earlier Manifestoes of the ULP, issued in 2001, 2005 and 2010.
The unveiling of the hardcopy version of the Manifesto will take place this afternoon at three at the ULP Headquarters.
And the Opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) launched its Manifesto earlier last week. The Manifesto highlights the Party’s vision and development plans for St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The 83-page document addresses areas such as Fiscal Policy and National Debt; Agriculture; Information Communications Technology; Health; Education; Energy; Women’s Issues; Housing and Culture among others.
Leader of the NDP Arnhim Eustace said the document has an ambitious agenda to develop this country.
He said included in the document, are a number of projects which the NDP wishes to carry out in its first year, if elected to office in the December 9th General Elections.