Press freedom is provided for in the constitution. The two main political parties, the St. Kitts--Nevis Trades and Labour Union and the opposition People's Action Movement, publish weekly newspapers. A third, non-partisan, newspaper also appears weekly. The government operates the only television station and the main radio station; seven independent radio stations also exist. Complaints from the opposition party center on accusations that the government limits or denies the party access to coverage on state-owned media; the party acknowledges that it has access to independent media outlets.