Revue de Presse du 08 janvier 2015
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REVUE DE PRESSE JEUDI 08 JANVIER 2015
ST.KITTS & NEVIS
PRIME MINISTER of St. Kitts and Nevis, the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas is insisting that the country’s constituency boundaries ought to be changed before the next General Elections which are constitutionally due sometime this year, and the Opposition…
The country’s prime minister is making it clear that he hasn’t given up on plans to change the federation’s constituency boundaries ahead of the coming elections.
Leader of the Opposition Arnhim Eustace has described as “hypocritical” Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves’ recent statement about the importance of indigenous banks.
My conversation with you on the ground reveals to me a people who have entered 2015 with despondency and disappointment with the general state of affairs in our Country on one level or the other.
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines government Wednesday denied a statement by the United States Department of Treasury that a former Iranian national whose activities are being closely monitored had acquired local citizenship.
The Ministry of Culture is looking at ways to inject more funds into the department of culture.
The Ministry of Education is expected to make structural improvements to several schools on the island during the Dominica Labour Party’s fourth term in office.
ST.KITTS & NEVIS
The Federation’s Prime Minister the Right Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas has reiterated the continued commitment of his governing St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party to provide opportunities for persons in community tourism activities.
RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES
The local media fraternity here and in the rest of the Caribbean has strongly condemned the attack on French Magazine Charlie Hebdo, which left 12 people dead including 10 media workers.
CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW
By Lenford O’Garro Washington
In St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) we have a saying, “Fool ah talk but nah fools ah listen” ! Why would a prime minister (PM) be appealing to hoteliers to increase the number of available rooms for an airport that was…
By Grenadian Class
The current economic crisis that the people of Grenada are experiencing is a result of the bad governance and vulgar politics of prime minister Mitchell and his NNP administration.