St Lucia government senator resigns, citing ‘personal reasons’

CASTRIES, St Lucia -- Saint Lucia senator and minister in the ministry for agriculture, fisheries, physical planning, natural resources and co-operatives, Jimmy Henry, announced his immediate resignation in a video statement on Wednesday, citing personal reasons.

CASTRIES, St Lucia — Saint Lucia senator and minister in the ministry for agriculture, fisheries, physical planning, natural resources and co-operatives, Jimmy Henry, announced his immediate resignation in a video statement on Wednesday, citing personal reasons.

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