Revue de Presse du 26 avril 2016




Gov’t uses majority to block ‘transparency’

BVI news

The National Democratic Party government yesterday used its huge majority in the legislature to block a call for it to be more transparent regarding the $25 million line of credit it will establish with CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank to help cover everyday expenses.


Linton to dispute bill of cost in libel case ; describes matter as ‘political’

Dominica news online

Leader of the Opposition, Lennox Linton, said he will dispute a bill of cost in a defamation matter sent to him by attorneys representing Chartered Accountant, Kieron Pinard-Byrne.


Compton-Antoine signs contract with the people of Micoud North

St Lucia news online

Former Member of Parliament (MP) for Micoud North, Jeannine Compton-Antoine, signed a historic agreement with her supporters on Sunday, paving the way for a new type of representation. The agreement is a binding document between Compton-Antoine and her supporters, which stipulates that her representation should be based on the principles of ‘good governance.’

Former Senior Cop : PM broke the law !

St Lucia times

Former Deputy Police Commissioner, Hermangild Francis, has accused Prime Minister Doctor Kenny Anthony of breaking the law. He was recounting events that led up to the controversial IMPACS investigation into alleged extra judicial killings by members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force, during Operation Restore Confidence (ORC).

King tells supporters : Get rid of labour !

St Lucia times

Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister, Stephenson King, speaking before an ecstatic crowd of opposition supporters last night, has urged them to get rid of the current Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) government.


Gov’t re-files motion to throw out election petitions

I-witness news

A lawyer for the government Richard Williams has confirmed that they have refiled an application asking the court to throw out the opposition’s election petitions as improperly before the court.



Government soon to reveal findings on geothermal exploration

Antigua observer

Energy Minister of St Kitts Ian Liburd announced that the findings of the geothermal exploration in St. Kitts are expected to be revealed in the very near future. A Guadeloupe-based engineering company Teranov began feasibility studies in St. Kitts in November 2015.

Prime Minister Harris meets with the Commonwealth Secretary-General

SKN vibes

Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris has met with Ms. Patricia Scotland QC of Dominica who assumed the office of Commonwealth Secretary-General on April 1st, becoming the first woman to hold that position.


Belle prise pour la marine nationale : 700 kg de cannabis saisis

France Antilles Guadeloupe

Dans la nuit de mardi à mercredi, la frégate de surveillance Germinal des forces armées aux Antilles est intervenue à une cinquantaine de kilomètres au large des côtes martiniquaises pour intercepter un go fast suspecté de trafic de stupéfiants. 700 kg de cannabis ont été saisis.

Dernière modification : 26/04/2016

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