Revue de Presse du 17 novembre 2015

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REVUE DE PRESSE DU MARDI 17 NOVEMBRE 2015

POLITICS

ANTIGUA

UPP advises gov’t make haste to bar Syrians from CIP

Antigua observer

The opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) is advising government to move with haste to bar Syrian nationals from obtaining Antiguan & Barbudan citizenship under the Citizens by Investment Programme (CIP).

BARBADOS

Oh no, Maria !

Barbados today

Political activist David Comissiong is not siding with embattled Christ Church West MP Dr Maria Agard in her ongoing impasse with members of the Opposition Labour Party.

MP : Infighting must stop

Nation news

St James Central Member of Parliament Kerrie Symmonds accused the Barbados Labour party of engaging in the “politics of self-destruction”.

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Christian gets the nod, sources say

BVI news

According to government sources, territorial representative Archibald Christian will be appointed junior minister of tourism.

ST KITTS & NEVIS

St Kitts-Nevis parliament to debate term limits legislation

Caribbean news now

Today’s sitting of the National Assembly in St Kitts and Nevis will debate legislation introduced by the government to impose a limit of two five-year terms for the office of the prime minister.

RELATION INTERNATIONAL ET REGIONAL

GRENADA

Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Programme pitched to Asia

GIS Grenada

Whilst addressing more than 200 delegates, who gathered in Singapore for a Citizenship by Investment and International Residence Summit recently. Implementation minister Alexandra Otway has told the Asian audience that Grenada is the perfect option for investors on the hunt for a Caribbean success story.

SOCIETE

DOMINICA

Dominica seeking development partner’s assistance to rebuild

Dominica vibes

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has called on regional and international development partners to assist Dominica in its reconstruction post Tropical Storm Erika.

ST LUCIA

We could never be too careful – Acting PM on terrorism

St Lucia news online

In light of the increase acts of terrorism around the world, Saint Lucia’s Acting Prime Minister Phillip J Pierre has said that terrorism is a global problem and the Caribbean could never be too careful, because it is something that is quickly spreading.

“We will never give in to violence” – French ambassador to St. Lucia

St Lucia news online

On Monday, Nov. 16, 2015, the French Embassy in Saint Lucia observed a moment of silence in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks which took place in Paris last Friday night that left at least 128 people dead.

ECONOMIE

DOMINICA

Dominica to access soon slice of UK Caribbean grant

Dominica news online

In a few months’ time, Dominica will be able to access its £20-million share of a £300-million grant for infrastructural development promised to English-speaking Caribbean islands by the United Kingdom (UK).

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

USVI Governor Kenneth E. Mapp threatened with ’defamation of character’ lawsuit

Virgin Islands news

Governor of the US Virgin Islands (USVI) His Excellency Kenneth E. Mapp has been threatened with a defamation of character lawsuit.

INTERNATIONAL

Three Syrians arrested in St Maarten arriving from Haiti with false Greek passports

Caribbean news now

Police in St Maarten have arrested three men, believed to be nationals of Syria, who tried to enter the country on Saturday using false Greek passports after arriving on an Insel Air flight originating in Haiti.

Dernière modification : 19/11/2015

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