The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) wants its director Bishnu Tulsie to postpone his retirement during what the organisation called “this very important” period.
This decision was made at an emergency membership meeting held by the Trust on Saturday, April 29 at the Pigeon Island National Landmark, according to a press release.
At the meeting, according to the Trust, a resolution received “unanimous support from all members and non-members present for Tuslie to postpone his decision to retire and to continue to manage the affairs of the Trust during this very important period”.
This decision was another “important” outcome of the meeting, the Trust said.
Tuslie has been at the centre of the controversial tussle between the government and the Trust over proposed plans to build a causeway connecting the mainland to Maria Islands, and a dolphin park at Pigeon Island.
He has been director of the SLNT since January 2005, according to his LinkedIn profile.