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Many Caribbean nations maintain that Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIPs) are a leading example of a truly global industry serving a truly global audience. While specifics surrounding a programme will vary from country to country, all have in common the opportunity for foreigners to invest money within a nation in return for a passport.

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Press Release:– The TOCO Foundation has wrapped up its 2nd Free Dental Clinic for 2019, and its third successful dental outreach project in Saint Lucia to date. The visiting free clinic ran from Saturday May 18th to Monday May 20th and operated out of the Gros Islet Community Market. Over the course of three days, two […]

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Not so long ago, when a particular MP I need not identify was perceived as “the worst prospect confronting politics in Saint Lucia” and marked for demolition by whatever means, some chose to see me as his chief enabler largely because I demanded proof of their outrageous allegations. I had been in shoes similar to the targeted MP’s and knew how it felt to have as your stop at nothing enemies (yes, enemies, not just adversaries!) the most powerful in the land, for whom state power was just another weapon to be used against critics of their policies.

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A Saint Lucia clergyman has said that Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, was appointed to the office by God, according to a press release from the ruling United Workers Party (UWP). The release attributed the comments to John Joseph of the Odsan Pentecostal Church (Temple of Faith). You are appointed to this office by God, Divine […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Many people believe that there is no such thing as obeah, but for 54-year-old Sharon, a vendor in downtown Kingston, she knows that it is real. Sharon said that someone cast a spell on her when she was in her early 20s. “Mi and this woman daughter did a fight, and she ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Dancehall artiste LA Lewis said he is in agreement with Justice Minister Delroy Chuck that obeah should be legalised. Speaking in Parliament last Wednesday, Chuck said that he instructed the Legal Reform Department to craft another submission, for him to take to Cabinet to have the 1898 Obeah Act repealed. “Obeah fi ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley has walked away from his two-week long trip to the US, Nether­lands and the UK with favourable terms for the coun­try’s en­er­gy sec­tor. This is ac­cord­ing to a re­lease from his of­fice. He met with Shell in The Hague, Nether­lands, BP in Lon­don and EOG Re­sources and ...

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