Revue de Presse du 07 décembre 2015





Former PM calls on government to submit report on CIP

Antigua observer

Former Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer is calling on Prime Minister Gaston Browne to submit a report on the country’s Citizenship by Investment programme (CIP).


‘I’ve walked in Mia’s shoes’ – Chastanet

Barbados today

The political leader of St Lucia’s main Opposition United Workers Party (UWP), Allen Chastanet, says he knows what his Barbadian counterpart Mia Mottley is going through after she had to expel one of her representative from the party.

Arthur : Removing VAT part of a “political game”, cautions gov’t over fiscal adjustment.

St Lucia news online

Whilst speaking at the St Lucia Labour Party’s annual Conference of Delegates in Vieux Fort on Sunday, Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur has advised the government to resist calls for an adjustment to the country’s tax base in a manner that can “induce further financial instability”.

“The days of Guy Joseph are numbered” – SLP leader names candidate for Castries South East

St Lucia news online

Executive Director of the Saint Lucia Social Development Fund (SSDF) Joachim Henry will be contesting the next general election for Castries South East constituency for the Saint Lucia Labour Party’s candidate.

Roserie selected to unseat Rigobert

St Lucia news online

Herbert Roserie will be contesting the Micoud North seat for the Saint Lucia Labour Party’s in the next general elections.

Gideon takes on Dennery South for SLP

St Lucia news online

Jerome Gideon, who this year led an initiative to remove the troublesome Sargassum seaweed from the Dennery coastline, has been chosen as the ruling Saint Lucia Labour Party’s candidate for Dennery South in the next general elections.


ULP denies PM has multi-million SU$ bank account

I-Witness News

The ruling Unity Labour Party on Sunday denied that Prime Minister Ralph G onsalves holds a multi-million US-dollar account in a Swiss bank,as a document that began circulating on social media earlier that day alleges.

‘This is the moment’,Opposition Leader tells NDP surpporters

I-Witness News

Opposition Leader Arnhim Eustace Saturday night promised supports of the main opposition New Democratic Party that if elected the party will turn around the Vincentian economy and improve the lives of all citizens.



Saint Lucia showcases its renewable energy transition

St Lucia news online

Today, in keeping with its promise to transition to 35% renewable energy for electricity generation by 2020 and reduce electricity consumption in the Public Sector by 20% by 2020, the Government of Saint Lucia announced a new partnership in solar energy generation that will benefit one of its most iconic institutions.


St Kitts-Nevis attorney general addresses citizenship programme reforms

Caribbean news now

Attorney General Vincent Byron has reiterated that the St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment (CBI) programme has been undertaking specific reforms to ensure that it is one of which citizens of the Federation can be proud.


Efforts Taken by Government of St. Kitts and Nevis to Further Develop Response to Mitigate Impact of Man-Made and Natural Disasters

SKN vibes

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has fortified its response strategy to mitigate the impact of natural and man-made disasters with the donation of disaster reduction equipment from the Government of Japan valued at US$800,000.

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