Disruptions in traffic and delays in government services expected due to Taiwan president’s visit

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Disruptions in traffic and delays in government services expected due to Taiwan president’s visit
Ma Ying-jeou
President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Ma Ying-jeou

Plans are at an advanced stage to host President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Ma Ying-jeou, who is expected to arrive in Saint Lucia this evening.

To facilitate his visit, it is expected that there will be some disruptions to traffic flow in and around the city.

On Friday, August 16, 2013, there will be parking restrictions on Laborie and Peynier Streets and the William Peter Boulevard. As a result, members of the public can expect some delays in the provision of government services at offices located in the Parliament Building on Laborie Street.

“The government also expects that some discomfort and inconvenience will occur as the official motorcades move from place to place. The government of Saint Lucia calls for patience and understanding as Saint Lucia extends its customary welcome and hospitality to His Excellency, Ma Ying-joeu,” a press release states.

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  1. Americans do not believe in people who deals with communist countries. You want better for your Country. Do not let your country fall apart by allowing this man to turn it into warzone. Learn from the mistake you made, electing the wrong person. Bring back the good in St. Lucia. God is in control...I will be praying!

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  2. Wait till the US hears (not that they don't know already) of this, especially coming on the heels of the not too recent snub of Vice President Biden by Prime Minister Anthony. More visa revokations? St. Lucia the next Cuba (Helms Burton etc.)? Out in the cold? Ohh what an exciting reality show, if only it were not so real.

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