Revue de Presse du 03 mars 2015

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REVUE DE PRESSE MARDI 3 MARS 2015

POLITICS

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Mr. Stoutt would have applauded NDP gov’t ?

BVI News

While stating that the late chief minister Hamilton Lavity Stoutt would have applauded the National Democratic Party government’s effort at nation building, the First Lady of the British Virgin Islands Lorna Smith today…

DOMINICA

UWP official calls for unity

Da Vibes

A call for unity that would transcend partisan politics has been made by the deputy leader of the United Workers Party (UWP), Joshua Francis

ST.KITTS & NEVIS

SKNLP Needs Rebuilding, Top Officials Acknowledge

WinnFM News

Top officials of the St Kitts Nevis Labour Party are acknowledging that the party needs to undergo a process of rebuilding.

Remarks By Prime Minister Dr. The Hon. Timothy Harris On Violent Crime And The Recent Spate Of Homicides

WinnFM News

My fellow citizens and residents.

ECONOMIE

ANTIGUA

Paradise Found gets the Barbuda yes vote

Antigua Observer

Hundreds of Barbudans last night gave permission for billionaire investors James Packer and Robert De Niro to embark on the US$250 million redevelopment of the K Club in a highly confrontational meeting where police took former Barbuda….

DOMINICA

Committee welcomes rehabilitation of Fond Cole Community Center

Da Vibes

Members of the Fond Cole Improvement Committee say they are thankful and extremely excited about the refurbishment of the Fond Cole Community Center.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ANTIGUA

Man sues AG, police for allegations of brutality

Antigua Observer

A Greenbay man is seeking in excess of $50,000 for injuries he allegedly sustained as a result of a “thorough beat down” and other unlawful acts of police brutality.

DOMINICA

Dominica to formally adopt CCJ on Friday

Da Vibes

The Commonwealth of Dominica, will on Friday 6 March 2015, officially recognize the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as its final appellate court.

ST.LUCIA

Canadian charged in drowning death of Terrel

St.Lucia News Online

Police this afternoon formally charged a Canadian doctor in connection with the drowning death of four-year-old Terrel Joshua Elibox at the Bois Chadon Beach in Vieux-Fort on Sunday, Feb. 22.

ST.VINCENT

Eustace calls for investigation into fees paid by Customs chief on imported vehicle

I-Witness News

Leader of the Opposition Arnhim Eustace on Monday called for a prompt investigation into the importation of a vehicle by Comptroller of Customs and Excise Grenville John.

RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES

ST.LUCIA

CARICOM looks to strengthen regional banks

St.Lucia News Online

Leaders of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) member-states have agreed to establish a Committee of Finance Ministers to strengthen the region’s financial services sector.

CHRONICS

CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW

Commentary : Will the US-Cuban rapprochement affect the relationship between the EU and Cuba ?

By Clément Doleac

The European Union (EU), which has been working to normalize its ties with Cuba since 2010, defined the announcement of the reestablishment of the United States-Cuban relations as a “historical turning point.

ST.LUCIA NEWS ONLINE

UWP’s leadership crisis – from bad to worse (commentary)

By Andre S. Alexander

I could have easily called this piece, “How To Lose An Election Under An Incompetent Leader”, but I chose the title above because I wanted the words “crisis, bad and worse” to feature prominently in any effort to explain the abject…

VIDEO LINKS

ST.LUCIA

HTS NEWS

Stranded students ponder future

Chesterfield denies top cop has been axed

Springer slams promotions system for cops

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