Revue de presse du 02 décembre 2016

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REVUE DE PRESSE DU JEUDI 02 DECEMBRE 2016

POLITIQUE

ANTIGUA

Antigua Parliament approves CIP amendment

Dominica Vibes

The Antiguan Parliament adopted and passed the Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Amendment on Thursday, without much debate. This Act gives the minister responsible for the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU), Prime Minister Gaston Browne, the power to reject citizenship under the CIP without any recourse.

SOCIETE

CARIBBEAN

With climate change, half a degree is a major difference for the Caribbean

I Witness News

Caribbean researchers say that half a degree Celsius change in global temperature could make quite a difference for the region, which is already being severely impacted by the effects of global warming.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ST KITTS

Neighboring police services meet with common objective ; increase collaboration in fight against crime

SKN Vibes

Commissioner of Police Mr. Ian M. Queeley led a delegation of senior police officers from the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force to St. Maarten for a historic meeting. The focus of such meeting with their neighbors from St. Maarten and Anguilla, was to discuss matters of concern in addressing cross border criminal activity and to foster an atmosphere of enhanced collaboration, networking and cooperation.

AFFAIRE ET FINANCE

BARBADOS

Devaluation not on the cards

Nation News

Some economists may propose it, but all the political parties in Barbados especially the Freundel Stuart Administration are convinced that devaluation of the Barbados dollar is out of the question.

ST LUCIA

Gov’t Exploring BOSL Options – Raymond

The Voice

The Government of Saint Lucia says it is exploring all its options as it seeks to help the Bank of Saint Lucia (BOSL) deal with an estimated EC$300 million dollars of accumulated bad loans. The Government is currently a shareholder of the said bank.

FRANCE

French presidential race centers on ‘top cop’ Valls after Hollande bow-out

Antigua Observer

Prime Minister Manuel Valls emerged on Friday as the possible standard bearer of the ruling Socialist party in France’s presidential election following Francois Hollande’s shocking announcement that he would not seek a second term.

Dernière modification : 05/12/2016

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