Revue de presse du 08 décembre 2015

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REVUE DE PRESSE DU MARDI 08 NOVEMBRE 2015

POLITICS

ANTIGUA

UPP presses for government to obey the CIP law

Antigua observer

The opposition United Progressive Party has said that it will take whatever action necessary to force the prime minister to deliver a report on the citizenship by investment program required every six months.

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Term limits for MPs open for debate, says attorney general

SKN Vibes

Attorney General, Honorable Vincent Byron Jr., has said that term limits for members of parliament and not just the prime minister is something that is open for debate.

ST LUCIA

“Invest in me and expect returns” – Castries Central UWP candidate

St Lucia news online

United Workers Party (UWP) candidate for Castries Central, Peterson Francis, said he plans on changing the capital of St Lucia Castries once he is elected as parliamentary representative after criticisms from many persons that the town has been neglected by many MP’s.

UWP confirms three candidates

St Lucia news online

During their National Council meeting which took place in Anse Ger, Micoud on Sunday, Dec. 6, the main opposition United Workers Party (UWP) endorsed three candidates. They are : Dr. Ulric Mondesir – Vieux Fort South ; Herod Stanislaus – Soufriere/Fond St. Jacques ; and Peterson Francis – Castries Central.

No more sympathy votes, says Micoud North SLP candidate

St Lucia news online

Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) candidate Herbert Roserie has expressed confidence in the SLP being able to secure the Micoud North seat at the next general elections.

SOCIETE

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

BVI Finance hires consultant

BVI News

As part of efforts to improve the territory’s Financial Services industry, and boost its competitiveness on the global market, BVI Finance has hired a senior insurance consultant to assist the captive sector in navigating emerging trends in the industry and find greater opportunities for business.

ST LUCIA

The region’s youth call for “real action” as they table their expectations at COP21

SKN Vibes

The Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN), a youth advocacy group representing more than 800 young people in the Caribbean and Latin America, has tabled its expectations of the ongoing UN Climate Change Conference (COP21), now in its second week in Paris.

ANTIGUA

Antigua Remains Unhappy over the Baroness Scotland Victory

Antigua observer

Antigua and Barbuda is unhappy over the election of Baroness Patricia Scotland for the post of Commonwealth Secretary, saying that she is more British than Dominican.

SANTE

Saint Lucia on high alert for Zika virus

GIS St Lucia

The Ministry of Health has placed the public on high alert following recent announcements by the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) of the confirmed presence of Zika Virus in a Caribbean territory.

Dernière modification : 09/12/2015

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