Revue de Presse du 10 mars 2015

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REVUE DE PRESSE MARDI 10 MARS 2015

POLITICS

BARBADOS

Walkout not thought through, says Kellman

Barbados Today

“A lazy excuse” that is being used by Opposition parliamentarians to “crawl through the backdoor” of the House of Assembly.

BLP to target Estimates

Barbados Today

The return of Barbados Labour Party (BLP) MPs to Parliament tomorrow will be a forerunner to the Opposition’s plan to make the 2015 Estimates a referendum on Government’s financial performance.

ST.LUCIA

Castries Central MP Questions Credibility of Report on Police Killings

St.Lucia Times

Castries Central MP and former Housing Minister, Richard Frederick has raised questions about a damning report compiled by members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force,(JCF), who investigated allegations of extra judicial killings by members of…

ST.KITTS-NEVIS

Former Prime Minister’s US Visa Revoked

WinnFM News

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN) : No official confirmation yet from the Team Unity administration, but sources close to the government have supported reports on social media and elsewhere that the….

ST.LUCIA

Guy Joseph Objects To Tony Astaphan

The Voice SLU Online

THE opposition United Workers Party UWP) is turning on the screws in its attempt to fight off the Constituency Boundaries Commission report tabled in parliament last month.

ECONOMIE

ANTIGUA

LAWYERS SAY SWEET HOMES DEAL SOUR

Antigua Observer

Two United Arab Emirates (UAE) – based lawyers have cautioned government over its ‘Sweet Homes’ deal warning that the project could sully the country’s name.

DOMINICA

Dominica embarks on major ICT project

Dominica News Online

The Government of Dominica has began works on the refurbishment on a section of the Dominica State College (DSC) to house a Center for Excellence and Innovation for ICT.

ST.VINCENT

St Vincent government seeks more cash for new international airport

Caribbean News Now

An appeal has been made by the government of St Vincent and the Grenadines for Vincentians to continue to donate to the Argyle Airport Contributory Fund, to assist in completing the international airport at Argyle.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

DOMINICA

“Bubbles” to pay $35,000 in damages to Joan Etienne

Dominica News Online

High court Judge Errol Thomas has labeled the actions of Renneth “Bubbles” Alexis against Joan Etienne as “high handed” after he placed an unlicensed firearm on her head on a public road at Savanne Paille.

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Police issues will be addressed says PM

WinnFM News

The federation’s police officers have been promised that their concerns will receive appropriate attention.

PM urges young men to find non-violent ways to solve disputes

WinnFM News

Young men involved in gang-related activity have been urged to find better ways of resolving disputes.

ST.LUCIA

Gender Relations Minster Expresses Support for Battered Monchy Woman

St.Lucia Times

The Minister of Health and Gender Relations Alvina Reynolds has expressed support for a Monchy woman who was badly beaten during an alleged domestic dispute last week.

IMPACS DAMNS POLICE FORCE

The Voice SLU Online

THE explosive report on the alleged killing of several persons by police during a nationwide fight against crime is gathering much reaction.

CHRONICS

CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW

Commentary : Law and Politics : What next can we expect ?

By Lloyd Noel

The people of our tri-island state have been patiently waiting on the month of February this year for the holding of the referendum to reform our independence constitution and thereafter to hear from the controllers in power where we would have been moving to.

Dernière modification : 11/03/2015

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