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Stabroek News:- President David Granger and his APNU+AFC Cabinet are following the directions of Attorney General Basil Williams and will not be resigning, Director General of the Ministry of the Presidency Joseph Harmon said yesterday. In a letter dated August 5th, Granger also informed Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo that he will not be resigning. “It is […]

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On August 11 Guatemalans will take part in the final stage of the nation’s presidential election. Sandra Torres of the centre-left National Unity of Hope Party (UNE) and Alejandro Giammattei of the conservative Let’s Go (VAMOS) will face off, having progressed past the first round of voting on June 16, in which no candidate in the field of 19 was able to command a majority.

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As Latin America’s two biggest economies, the performance of Brazil and Mexico will always have a tremendous impact on the economic health of the region as a whole. In this current chapter of global politics — with the US-China trade dispute and the ongoing debacle of Brexit which threatens economic harm for both the UK and EU — nations across Latin America are once more looking closer to home to bolster economic growth, given the instability further afield.

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Since achieving political independence, Saint Lucia’s diplomatic relations have been firmly established with countries of her choosing, save for Taiwan and China. At Independence, left-leaning politicians tended to favour Communist China (Beijing) whereas the right-leaning ones tended to favour relations with the Republic of China (Taiwan). The main political parties on the island never declared themselves Socialist or Conservative, Left or Right. These labels were attached for convenience.

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NEW YORK, USA – Having served as one of the four United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) vice-presidents, Mona Juul was elected president by acclamation on Thursday, said, “The Council should promote “universal respect and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms. For all”, continued the newly elected president, “Without distinction as to race, […]
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The St. Lucia Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA) has for the first time spoken out on the status of negotiations with the government. The president of the SLMDA Dr. Merle Clarke, says her organisation has been working as part of the Trade Union Federation, and is ready to sign the collective bargaining agreement, along with …
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The President of Saint Lucia’s Police Welfare Association (PWA), Travis Chicot, has called on the government to properly equip police officers to serve and protect citizens. “In 2019 no police officer should walk the streets without a utility belt which has mace, baton, taser, handcuffs, a firearm and a radio,” Chicot told Newsspin on Real […]

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