Revue de Presse du 17 février 2016

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REVUE DE PRESSE DU MERCREDI 17 JANVIER 2015

POLITICS

ANTIGUA

AG Tells UPP LEADER…YOU WILL LOSE

Antigua observer

Attorney General Steadroy Cutie Benjamin said the government is prepared to fight the United Progressive Party (UPP), in court, over its allegations that passports sold under the Citizens by Investment Programme (CIP) for the past year, were illegal.

UPP plans forensic audit of CIP

Antigua observer

Opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) Senator Damani Tabor has said that when the party returns to power, it will embark on criminal examinations, particularly as it relates to the government’s Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP).

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Opposition Members boycott Ports Project opening

Virgin Islands news

Members of the Opposition were yesterday February 16, 2016 notably absent at the opening of Tortola Pier Park, the project which has been the subject of much discourse from Leader of the Opposition Julian Fraser and Andrew A. Fahie over the past years.

SOCIETE

ST KITTS

Prime Minister Harris praises and thanks Government and people on 1st year anniversary

SKN vibes

Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris is praising and thanking his Government and people for making St. Kitts and Nevis a more prosperous and democratic country to live in on the 1st anniversary since the Government swept to power on February 16, 2015.

ST LUCIA

Francis not surprised by St. Lucia’s ranking in Int’l Child Rights Report

St Lucia news online

Human rights activist, Mary Francis, said she is not surprised by Saint Lucia’s ranking in a recent research conducted by the Child Rights International Network (CRIN). St Lucia has been ranked as 110th in the world on how effectively children can use the courts to defend their rights according to the new research released by CRIN.

ECONOMIE

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Premier wants to save $100m extra before election

BVI news

According to Minister of Communication and Works Mark Vanterpool, At the end of his third term at the helm of Government, Premier Dr D Orlando Smith wants to leave $100 million in the Reserve Fund for the British Virgin Islands to spend in the event of an unexpected occurrence.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ST KITTS

PM Harris defends probation imposed on police high command

Antigua observer

The twelve month probation attached to the appointment of new Police Commissioner Ian Queeley and the rest of the Police High Command has evoked mixed reaction.

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