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ECCB Monetary Council changes chairmanship

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Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony.

Chairmanship of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will be transferred to Dr. Kenny D Anthony, Council member for Saint Lucia, during the official handing-over ceremony on September 4 at the Sandals Grande St Lucian Resort, Saint Lucia.

Prime Minister Anthony will succeed the outgoing Chairman, Dr. Denzil L Douglas, Council member for St Kitts and Nevis. Chairmanship of the Council is rotated alphabetically each year among the eight ECCB member countries.

The Monetary Council is the highest decision-making authority of the ECCB and comprises the eight ministers for finance of the ECCB member governments.

Following the ceremony, the Council will convene for its second special meeting for 2013. Following the meeting, the newly appointed Chairman, Prime Minister Anthony, will present the communiqué, and along with the other members of the Council, will field questions from media representatives in Saint Lucia.


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  1. some people read, but certainly don't understand

  2. I know it's formality, but Oh God, what a calamity. The man believes that 1+1=0, you will not find math, money, and Kenny in the same sentence...ever. It is also time to have a Minister of Finance other than the PM, especially the current one, no wonder we're so screwed.

  3. Boy open your eyes and ears.It look like you part of the better days to.sing for your supper.Kenny will give you a bone.

  4. Kenny as chair, rather than King, is a clear example, despite the continuing challenges, of 'better days'!
    Things are indeed rough - but under the stewardship of King and 'his' crew, matters would certainly be much, much worse, in my informed opinion!!


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