Revue de presse du 19 juin 2017

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REVUE DE PRESSE DU LUNDI 19 JUIN 2017

POLITIQUE

CARICOM

St Vincent PM says regime change in Venezuela could destabilise CARICOM

St Lucia News Online

Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves continues to call on his fellow CARICOM colleagues to remain steadfast and not allow any pressure by outside forces regarding the situation in Venezuela. He says Venezuelans should be allowed to resolve by themselves their intense political conflicts and challenges without unwarranted meddling.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

DOMINICA

High Court Judge, DPP clash over timing of court matters

Dominica News Online

Director of Public Prosecution, Evelina Baptiste, has issued a release regarding statements made by High Court Judge Victoria Charles-Clarke, on the prosecution of matters in the court. The High Court Judge blames the office of the DPP for tardiness in its work which result in the Court not being able to deal with matters in a timely manner.

SOCIETE

BARBADOS/GRENADA

Barbadians told to take guard as system approaches

Barbados Today

With a developing cyclone to pass south of the island later tonight into early Tuesday morning, Barbadians are being warned to remain on their guard and take all necessary precautions. Warnings remain in effect for Grenada. Warnings have been discontinued for Saint Vincent & the Grenadines.

FRANCE/EU

FRANCE

Macron’s party wins clear parliamentary majority

St Lucia News Online

Weeks after his own presidential victory, results indicate that Emmanuel Macron has won a clear parliamentary majority, even with weak voter turnout. The party La République en Marche was formed just over a year ago, with about half of the candidates having little or no political experience. This comfortable majority in the National Assembly will be a big blow to the traditional parties on both the left and right.

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