Revue de Presse du 12 janvier 2015

AMBASSADE DE FRANCE A SAINTE-LUCIE

REVUE DE PRESSE JEUDI 12 FEVRIER 2015

POLITICS

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

NDP sending wrong message internationally – Fraser

BVI News

Moments after his party’s chairman accused the National Democratic Party (NDP) government of sending the wrong message internationally regarding the financial services industry, Carvin Malone emphasized that politics should never become involved…

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Critical issues facing the electorate

SKN Vibes

The Federation will go to the polls on February 16th 2015 to elect a new Government to charter course for the development of this country over the next five years and beyond.

Which party will win the 2015 General Elections ?

SKN Vibes

CANDIDATES from both sides of the political spectrum in St. Kitts and Nevis have upped the ante for the February 16, 2015 General Elections, as they have indicated through their parties’ campaign that no stone would be left unturned in their attempt to woo electorates.

TEAM UNITY ANNOUNCES $500.00 PER MONTH GRANT FOR DISADVANTAGE SKN FAMILIES

SKN Vibes

Speaking to an energetic crowd of over 3000 people at the launch event for its inaugural Manifesto held on Tuesday night on Wigley Avenue, Basseterre, TEAM UNITY announced that upon taking office it will implement a $500.00 per month grant for…

ST.LUCIA

CSA members call for Isaac to resign immediately

St.Lucia News Online

One hundred and twenty-four Civil Service Association (CSA) members have voted in favour of a petition against CSA President Mary Isaac, which calls for her immediate resignation.

“I am not resigning” – Mary Isaac

St.Lucia News Online

President of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) Mary Isaac has said that she will not be resigning.

ECONOMIE

ANTIGUA

Former SDC workers dissatisfied with proposed payout

Antigua Observer

A number of the 500-plus former Stanford Development Company (SDC) workers, who have been agitating for severance, vacation and notice pay for nearly six years, are objecting to the sums that the liquidators of the company are proposing to pay them.

GRENADA

Germany contributes EC$4.5 million to Grenada’s electricity sector reform

Caribbean News Now

Dr Michael Freudenberg, deputy head of mission of the German embassy in Port-of-Spain with responsibility for Grenada, made a special visit to Grenada from February 4 to February 9.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ANTIGUA

Alleged victim of abuse by cop awaits lawyer’s advice

Antigua Observer

Brent Simon, the ABS cameraman who alleged police abuse said he’s awaiting word from his lawyer Lawrence Daniel regarding the charges police brought against him on Monday.

BARBADOS

Union’s warning

Barbados Today

The Ministry of Education has instructed striking teachers at the Parkinson and Alma Parris Memorial Secondary schools to get back to their classrooms, warning they could face “consequences” for improperly withdrawing their labour.

DOMINICA

Police Force urged to manage new vehicles properly

DaVibes

The ability of police officers to maintain law and order has been greatly enhanced with the provision of three new vehicles to the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force by the government of Dominica.

RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES

ANTIGUA

CARICOM-Canada project brings CSME to life in Antigua-Barbuda workplace

Caribbean News Now

Antigua and Barbuda’s ministry of trade, industry and commerce hosted meetings last Friday, 6 February, as part of a series of public education outreach activities currently being held in Antigua.

ST.LUCIA

Saint Lucia to open embassy in Taiwan soon

St.Lucia News Online

External Affairs Minister of St. Lucia Alva Baptiste who is on a six-day official visit to the Republic of China (Taiwan) said Thursday that government is looking for a location to establish an embassy in Taiwan in an…

CHRONICS

CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW

Commentary : St Vincent and the Grenadines tortured by austerity

By D. Markie Spring

Taxes in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) are at the highest levels !

DOMINICA NEWS ONLINE

JUST DENNIS : Politics Feeds Calypso

By Dennis Joseph

There are things that defy change in Waitukubuli like changing the government which with a bloated voters list seems just a dream, changing the Speaker of the House which with her command of the love of the Prime Minister is an near impossible adventure….

VIDEO LINKS

ST.LUCIA

HTS NEWS

CSA extraordinary meeting goes on !

AMB. Huntley supports Boundaries report

Political Scientist warns of Gov’t expansion

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