St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): What are the constraints preventing an individual becoming a candidate for a general election in St Kitts and Nevis.
That matter has been addressed by Supervisor of Elections Elvin Bailey, in his latest education-related electoral article.
The nation is being reminded that persons under allegiance to a foreign power or state can forget about becoming an election candidate.
That applies as well to a minister of religion, whatâ€™s described as an undischarged bankrupt â€“ someone having been adjudged or otherwise declared bankrupt under any law.
Supervisor of Elections Bailey points out too that a person certified to be insane or otherwise adjudged to be of unsound mind under any law, cannot be a candidate.
The list also includes persons under a death sentence imposed by a court in any part of the Commonwealth.