Revue de Presse du 9 mars 2015

AMBASSADE DE FRANCE A SAINTE-LUCIE

REVUE DE PRESSE LUNDI 9 MARS 2015

ECONOMIE

ANTIGUA

Old Road villagers suggest alternative location for Callaloo Cay Resort

Antigua Observer

A leader in the Old Road Community, Jameson “Kublai” Mannix has suggested an alternative location for the US $120 million Callaloo Cay Resort that has been earmarked for Morris Bay.

No free passports in Sweet Homes deal, Hurst says

Antigua Observer

The government said the country will not be losing any money under the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP) deal with a United Arab Emirates (UAE) developer.

ST KITTS & NEVIS

IMF : Governance of CBI Should be Beyond Reproach

WinnFM News

Throw those Citizenship by Investment Programme books open ; that’s the advice to St. Kitts and Nevis coming from IMF Division Chief for the Caribbean Trevor Alleyne.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

DOMINICA

Gov’t looking at legislation “to guide” media

Dominica News Online

The government is looking at existing legislation on how the media in Dominica operates to ensure what is being reported is correct, Information Minister Kelvar Darroux has said.

ST.LUCIA

IMPACS ALERT

The Voice SLU Online

How will the IMPACS report impact the Royal St Lucia Police Force ?

Money Laundering ; 4 Visitors Charged

The Voice SLU Online

ONE of the four people charged for human trafficking earlier this week has now been charged for the offence of money laundering.

“I am disappointed” – Mary Francis on extra-judicial killings report

St.Lucia News Online

Human Rights activist and Attorney-at-Law Mary Francis has expressed her disappointment with government’s response to the alleged 2009-2011 extra-judicial killings report, which was made public on Sunday.

Lives of potential eyewitnesses at risk if full report is made public now – PM

St.Lucia News Online

Making public the report of the investigation into the alleged extra-judicial killings by the police force, will not only compromise continued investigations and prejudice potential judicial proceedings, but it may put the lives…

RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES

ANTIGUA

Country poised to realise tourism benefits from visit to Germany

Antigua Observer

Antigua & Barbuda’s tourism industry could receive a major boost following a visit to Germany from ministry officials.

More questions raised over Antigua-Barbuda connection with UAE project

Caribbean News Now

For the second time in less than three months, the government of Antigua and Barbuda has attempted to clarify the relationship between its citizenship by investment programme (CIP)….

DOMINICA

Dominica, Guadeloupe sign Letter of Intent for hospital cooperation

Dominica News Online

A Letter of Intent was signed last week between the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) and the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire of Pointe a Pitre (CHUPPA) in Guadeloupe.

Dominican economist outlines four-step approach to access CSM opportunities

Caribbean News Now

Dominican service providers and media have been challenged to take example from the several service providers moving freely within the CARICOM Single Market (CSM) providing services to governments, regional and international NGOs and the private sector.

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Other OECS States Urged to Follow Dominica’s CCJ Example

WinnFM News

Having officially bid farewell to the London-based Privy Council, Dominica is now encouraging the rest of the OECS to fully embrace as soon as possible, the CCJ – the Caribbean Court of Justice.

ST.LUCIA

Commonwealth Day 2015 : Message from Her Majesty The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth

St.Lucia News Online

One simple lesson from history is that when people come together to talk, to exchange ideas and to develop common goals, wonderful things can happen.

CHRONICS

THE VOICE SLU ONLINE

Who Is Gilbert Chagoury ?

By Peter Josie

THAT’S A question many Saint Lucians are asking since the announcement by Her Excellency the Governor General, of the Independence Day awards, marking thirty-six years of political freedom for her island.

St. Kitts Election Practices Exposed

By Jeff Fedee

Last week in my column, I made reference to the issue of ‘Economic Citizenship’ and pointed out the dangers inherent in such a scheme, which this administration is contemplating to introduce in St. Lucia.

Celebrate The CCJ – And Empower It

By Sir Ronald Sanders

N just over a month – on April 16, 2015 – the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will mark the 10th anniversary of its inauguration.

LIAT, LIAT, Who Will Save You ?

By John Peters

IN a report in the Antigua OBSERVER, Prime Minister Dr. Kenny D. Anthony is quoted as commenting on the plans by regional airline LIAT, to streamline operations to cut costs and become more efficient as follows :

THE STAR

Who will sing a song of a hero forgotten ?

By Rick Wayne

Among the shared peculiarities of organizations religious and political is the tendency of their shepherds to protect their sheep from possible challenges to their inculcated belief in belief.

WHAT’S THE SECRET BEHIND CHAGOURY’S ST. LUCIA CROSS ?

By Rick Wayne

What a surprise it was on our nation’s 36th anniversary of Independence to hear the prime minister’s announcement that one of the year’s two recipients of the Saint Lucia Cross, our nation’s most prestigious award, was a Lebanese-Nigerian.

VIDEO LINKS

ST.LUCIA

HTS NEWS

UWP applauds St. Lucian women

Trade Delegation talks agriculture

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