Revue de Presse du 08 octobre 2015

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REVUE DE PRESSE DU JEUDI 08 OCTOBRE 2015

POLITICS

ANTIGUA

United Progressive Party’s response to Dr John Ashe’s Arrest

Antigua Observer

The United Progressive Party expresses its shock at yesterday’s news involving the arrest of former ambassador Dr. John Ashe on charges of bribery and related crimes and, further, at the attempted incrimination of former Prime Minister Dr. Baldwin Spencer.

BARBADOS

Beware the don

Barbados Today

The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) believes that the sort of political tribalism seen in Jamaica is creeping its way into the Barbadian politics.

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Astaphan Calls on Government to Clean up Immigration "Mess"

WINN FM

Former Minister of National Security Dwyer Astaphan is calling for the country’s immigration regulations to be enforced more rigidly. M. Astaphan claims that the process of granting work permits to foreigners was compromised by the former administration.

ST LUCIA

Opposition leader expresses solidarity with the police

St Lucia news online

The leader of the Opposition Dr. Gale Rigobert has expressed solidarity with the police, especially those who are said to be allegedly marginalized and victimized within the Royal St. Lucia Police Force (RSLPF).

Gov’t says new Taiwanese envoy has big shoes to fill

St Lucia news online

Prime Minister of St Lucia Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony has welcomed the new ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Saint Lucia H.E. Ray Mou. Dr. Anthony welcomed Ambassador Mou, noting that he had very big shoes to fill.

Opposition leader says UWP march will be a test

St Lucia times

The leader of Saint Lucia’s parliamentary opposition, Doctor Gale Rigobert, has said that an upcoming march planned by the United Workers Party, (UWP), on October 22, 2015, will test whether the people of this country understand their role and responsibility.

ECONOMIE

GRENADA

Grenada delighted with 300 Million Dollar Support from UK

GIS Grenada

Prime Minister of The UK the Hon. David Cameron paid a courtesy call to Grenada, Wednesday, September 30th and announced that his country has set aside an economic package of 300 million pounds for the Caribbean.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ANTIGUA

US$1M bail for Ashe

Caribbean times

$1 million dollars bail has been set for former United Nations General Assembly President John Ashe. The former Antigua and Barbuda diplomat was arrested and charged on five counts, ranging from conspiracy to bribe, payments of a bribe, to filing false and fraudulent income tax returns in the US.

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