Revue de Presse du 15 avril 2016

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POLITICS

DOMINICA

Controversy in UWP ahead of delegates’ conference

Dominica news online

A motion of no confidence in the Deputy Leader of the United Workers Party (UWP) is expected to be tabled at the party’s upcoming delegates’ conference.

ANTIGUA

Massiah barred from UPP ticket for next general election

Antigua observer

Joanne Massiah has been excluded from the United Progressive Party’s (UPP) list of candidates in the General Elections due by 2019.

Massiah : I Will Not Be Moved

Antigua observer

After being struck from the United Progressive Party (UPP) slate of candidates for the next general elections, expected to take place in 2019, All Saints East & St Luke MP Joanne Massiah said she still intends to run for public office.

Gov’t proposes new date for PIT removal

Antigua observer

The government has announced a new date by which it would which repeal the Personal Income Tax (PIT), in order to fulfil one of its manifesto promises.

ST LUCIA

No one should interfere with the media, says SLP Chairman

St Lucia news online

Days after serving legal papers to Media Association of Saint Lucia (MASL) President, Clinton Reynolds, Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Chairman, Claudius Francis, has said no one should interfere with the media.

SOCIETE

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

BVI Signs 28th Tax Information Exchange Agreement

BVI platinum news

The Government of the Virgin Islands has signed its 28th Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) with the Government of the Isle of Man as it reinforces its commitment to comply with the international standards and the fight against tax evasion.

DOMINICA

US gov’t cautions Caribbean countries over Citizenship by Investment Program

Dominica news online

Although the United States government said it understands the potential benefit of the Caribbean countries offering the Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP), it has issued a word of caution concerning individuals who apply for the program.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

BVI cops probe reports of likely terror attack – Gov

BVI news

Law enforcers in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and overseas have launched a major investigation into reports that terrorists have disclosed plans to ‘blow up’ the Terrence B Lettsome International Airport and others located in the BVI.

FRANCE

RIEN

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