Revue de Presse du 6 mars 2015
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REVUE DE PRESSE VENDREDI 6 MARS 2015
Leader of the Opposition United Progressive Party (UPP), Baldwin Spencer said the numbers do not add up in the US$20 million joint venture Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the government and Al Caribi Development Limited.
Deputy Leader of the Opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) Harold Lovell said government needs to provide other jobs for LIAT workers who might be severed if the airline’s Board gets its way.
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
The Opposition Virgin Islands Party (VIP) is not moved by critics who don’t have credentials, according to senior party member Andrew Fahie, who also dismissed claims that no one wants to run on the party’s ticket in the upcoming general election.
A senior member of the Opposition Virgin Islands Party (VIP), Andrew Fahie, has publicly tried to distance the organization from a controversial comment made few years ago by then party member Alvin Christopher.
Dominica News Online
Employment Minister, Ian Douglas, has insisted that the National Employment Program (NEP) is not coming to an end and is actually growing.
Old Road residents were loud in their demands, Wednesday evening, that Morris Bay be left untouched when developers construct a hotel on the surrounding lands at Old Road.
Caribbean News Now
Some 18.88% more cruise and stay-over visitors came to Grenada in 2014 than in 2013, revealing an increased interest for travel to the beautiful tri-island state.
SECURITE ET JUSTICE
Government and the Hadeed Group are once again gearing up for a fight, this time over the ownership of the Barrymore Hotel.
The United States Department of Justice is advising the Appeals court to deny Allen Stanford’s attempt to have his 110 -year conviction overturned.
St.Lucia News Online
Workers of the National Insurance Corporation (NIC) are still on strike and plan to continue, until several outstanding issues are addressed.
RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES
Caribbean News Now
Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit will be the keynote speaker at an event in Grenada that will focus, in part, on foreign policy.
CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW
By Sir Ronald Sanders
In just over a month – on 16th April 2015 – the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will mark the tenth anniversary of its inauguration.