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(VOA) – At least two people were wounded when shots were fired in the yard of the Haitian Senate Monday. Eyewitnesses say a senator wielded the gun that shot the victims, as the Senate was readying a vote to confirm the prime minister-designate, Fritz William Michel. Witnesses said that shooter was Senator Ralph Fethiere. Among ...

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Opposition Senator, Guibion Ferdinand, has urged the Department of Education  to ensure that schools which were unable to open their doors Monday, receive the necessary attention in order to ‘get on with the business of educating our nation’s students.’ Ferdinand expressed the view that the Department of Education should explain the reason for the delayed […]

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Senator Fortuna Belrose, Saint Lucia’s Minister in the Ministry of Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Culture and Creative Industries with responsibility for Culture and Creative Industries, believes that the money mothers receive from fathers for the maintenance of children is inadequate. “I think the whole society needs to lobby, we need to advocate,” Belrose told reporters Thursday. […]

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A word of caution from the minister for national security and home affairs Senator Hermandgild Francis. Francis who is back at work following a long leave of absence for medical reasons, says both the police and the public must work at building trust.  
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ST THOMAS, USVI – Senator Kenneth L. Gittens will introduce a measure to restructure the Casino Control Commission, to include eliminating salaried positions for Commissioners. Senator Gittens’ legislation calls for Casino Control Commissioners to be paid a stipend for their attendance at meetings as opposed to holding full-time salaried positions at the Commission as they […]
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Jamaica Government Senator, Kerensia Morrison, has called for consultations with relevant stakeholders aimed at crafting an appropriate policy and legislation concerning surrogacy, local reports say. Surrogacy, or ‘rent a womb’ in the local parlance  is an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman (the surrogate) agrees to become pregnant and give birth […]

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The minister in the ministry of culture Senator Fortuna Belrose, has added her voice to the need for greater control of behavior during carnival. The conduct of revelers will be one of the matters under review during the post mortem of carnival.  
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