Gonsalves in, Anthony out

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Prime Minister Dr. Kenny D. Anthony


PRESS RELEASE –
Chairmanship of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will be transferred to Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, council member for St. Vincent and the Grenadines, during the official handing-over ceremony on July 25 at the Buccament Bay Resort, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Prime Minister Gonsalves will succeed the outgoing chairman, Dr. Kenny D Anthony, council member for Saint Lucia.

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

Chairmanship of the Council is rotated alphabetically each year among the eight ECCB member countries: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and St .Vincent and the Grenadines.

Following the handing-over ceremony, the Council will convene for its 79th meeting where it will receive the ECCB governor’s report on money and credit conditions in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.

Upon conclusion of the meeting, the newly-appointed chairman, Prime Minister Gonsalves, will present the communiqué and along with the other members of the Council, will field questions from media representatives in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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13 comments

  1. Shame on my lucian people. The article is so straight forward ie properly written or explained. Please take time to read and understand before we post comments

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  2. No wonder politicians feel the can fool us so easily. We are so dumb that we cannot understand a simple article. Kenny wasn't fired dumbos! The position is rotated in alphabetical order ever year. This is embarrassing. Y'all have too much hatred in y'all hearts for a man who doesn't deserve such. So sad

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  3. KENNY YOU HAVE TO GO I CAN'T TAKE NO MORE!!!!
    MWEN DEE MWEN CAR METAY JUKE-BOIS

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  4. Lucians like too much political roro - take time to understand what you read -the article states "Chairmanship of the Council is rotated alphabetically each year among the eight ECCB member countries: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and St .Vincent and the Grenadines".

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  5. lol. hey hey... calm on kenny. even though we haven't see better days. but the chairmanship is rotated in alphabetical order. so the nex chairman will be the minister of finance for ANGUILLA. it not like they voted kenny out lol. Lucians

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  6. Such arrogance exemplified in this one photo. Massa minded man.

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  7. look the better days all SLP's.poor jab st lucia kenny shame us.

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  8. JUST START LOOSING THERE'S MORE.I HOPE THE HUNGRY LABOUR ST LUCIANS CAN SEE NOT EVEN OECS WANT HIM.ONE THING HE DIDN'T LIE WHEN HE TELL YOU'LL BETTER WAS COMING BECAUSE IT'S THERE FOR TRUE.

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  9. Wow...Thank you for your most expedient comment.

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  10. A bunch of sucker lawyers who have no clue.

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  11. Kenny has a few more positions to lose, the next being prime minister

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    • I would not ever consider casting my vote for any SLP jackass that would in turn vote for Kenny to be either PM or Minister of Finance. Over my dead body.

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  12. SMH Chairman of a main financial board headed by non financial people and we wonder why the OECS countries have weak economies.

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