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By David Jessop Despite the British electorate having voted to leave the European Union (EU) two and half years ago, there is still no consensus on how to proceed. As had been wholly predictable for months, the week past showed very publicly that there is no majority in Britain’s Parliament for the UK government’s proposed […]

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Press Release:-  Castries, Saint Lucia, January 22nd 2019 – The local media got a first-hand look at the plans being laid out by Invest Saint Lucia (ISL) for 2019. Speaking at a press briefing Monday, ISL’s CEO Roderick Cherry, provided members of the media with the status of on-going projects; those pipeline projects that ISL continues […]

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By Melissa Martin, PhD Another year (2018) has departed — 12 months, 52 weeks, and 365 days have ticked away. The residue of events, happenings, and goings-on of 2018 dwell in newspapers, history books, human memories — and in the bowels of computer hard drives, cell phones, and other techno devices. More time has passed […]

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Dear Sir: On January 16, 2019, the Guyana Private Sector Commission officially endorsed the position of the PPP, Guyana’s political opposition. It called for the democratically elected government of Guyana to resign and call elections following an attempted coup by the PPP. The PSC interjected itself into this political firestorm after the chief justice announced […]

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Dear Sir: I intend to write to the Integrity Commission and procurement regulator Moonilal Lalchan this week with a request to investigate the procurement process used by the ministry of national security with respect to of the $100 million closed-circuit television (CCTV) network in Trinidad and Tobago. I will request that independent institutions undertake separate […]

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Global Afrikan Congress – North American Region P.O. Box 27024, 4190 Finch Ave. East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M1S 4T0 Email: gac_hq_ca@yahoo.ca January 13, 2019 Rt. Hon Dr. Ralph Gonsalves Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Rt. Hon Roosevelt Skerrit Prime Minister of Dominica Rt. Hon Desi Bouterse President of Suriname Re: CARICOM’s votes […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Newly appointed interim coach of the West Indies cricket team is confident the squad selected for the test series against England has the skills and motivation to emerge victorious. “We have a clear goal — we are here to win the series,” said Richard Pybus, who believes that despite strong opponents the […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Antigua and Barbuda, with its strong heritage of yacht racing and reputation as the sailing capital of the Caribbean, is always keen for a good nautical adventure. And with history about to be made, the destination is more than ready to roll out the red carpet to welcome adventurous Atlantic rowers […]

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