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REVUE PRESSE DU JEUDI 19 FEVRIER 2015

POLITICS

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Pickering is irrelevant – Rajah Smith

BVI News

Moments after a member of the Opposition Virgin Islands Party (VIP) labelled Minister of Natural Resources and Labour Dr. Kedrick Pickering as irrelevant, the party was last evening challenged to come clean on why its members have repeatedly declined to question the said minister in the House of Assembly

Hold them accountable for BiWater, says Fraser

BVI News

Julian Fraser, an Opposition member of the legislature, said someone should be held accountable for what he described as the government’s nonsensical and malicious attitude regarding the production and distribution of water by overseas firm BiWater.

DOMINICA

UWP congratulates new St. Kitts government

Dominica News Online

Opposition Leader of the United Workers Party (UWP), Lennox Linton, has extended congratulations to the newly elected Team Unity Coalition Party of St. Kitts and Nevis.

PM Skerrit congratulates new St. Kitts PM

Dominica News Online

Chairman of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit has congratulated the new Prime Minister of St. Kitts, Dr. Timothy Harris, in his victory during general election held on that island on Monday.

ST.KITTS & NEVIS

St Kitts-Nevis governor general refuses to swear in new PM

Caribbean News Now

The already controversial general election process in St Kitts and Nevis took another unexpected turn on Wednesday when Governor General Sir Edmund Lawrence refused to swear in the country’s new prime minister, Dr Timothy Harris.

ST.LUCIA

Stop Boundaries Report

The Voice SLU Online

THE opposition United Workers Party is moving to stop the recent report of the Boundaries Commission become law.

New Vote On CSA President Tuesday

The Voice SLU Online

ANOTHER extraordinary general meeting of the Civil Service Association (CSA) has been scheduled for next Tuesday ; however, this one is expected to be different from the one held last week in which 124 members voted for President Mary Isaac to resign.

ECONOMIE

ANTIGUA

BARBUDA COUNTS COSTS OF BLACKOUT

Antigua Observer

The Barbuda Research Complex (BRC) is among those counting the cost after two days without electricity and water.

Aviation minister says LIAT staff cuts are necessary

Antigua Observer

Less than 24 hours after Prime Minister Gaston Browne called for regional airline LIAT to put a hold on plans to axe 180 workers, the minister responsible for Civil Aviation, Robin Yearwood, announced his support for the move.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ANTIGUA

PWD workers to continue sit-in action

Antigua Observer

The industrial action, which started at the Public Works Department (PWD) yesterday, will continue into its second day today.

BARBADOS

Barbados government moving to tighten immigration policy

Caribbean360 News

Barbados government legislators have defended the immigration policy of the island despite a recent ruling by the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice awarding a Jamaican national a substantial amount of money for being denied entry.

ST.LUCIA

Male teacher severely chopped in Micoud

St.Lucia News Online

A young male teacher by the name of Kerby Phillip was chopped by a known young man of Ti Rocher, Micoud.

RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES

ST.LUCIA

OECS trade officials to push further towards free circulation of goods in 2015

Caribbean News Now

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission anticipates a very busy year for trade officials. To this end, during 2015 work towards the establishment of a regime for the free circulation of goods (FCG) will continue.

CHRONICS

CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW

Letter : Lessons from St Kitts and Project Grenada

By Grenadian Class

The entire English-speaking Caribbean and members of CARICOM should speak out vociferously and condemn the shameful and embarrassing situation that occurred in St Kitts and Nevis following the general elections on February 16, 2015.

VIDEO LINKS

ST.LUCIA

HTS NEWS

The UWP boundary legal quandry !

Chastanet on election preparations

SLP Deputy Leader fires back at MASL

United and Strong Independence message

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