Prime Minister to address Global Citizen Forum

Prime Minister to address Global Citizen Forum
Dr. Kenny Anthony
Dr. Kenny Anthony

PRESS RELEASE – Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Affairs, Planning and Social Security, Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony departed Saint Lucia on Monday, October 5, 2015 for the Global Citizen Forum, to be held in Monaco on October 8 and 9, 2015.

The Prime Minister was invited to address the audience by Founder of the Global Citizen Forum, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Arton Capital, Mr. Armand Arton.

The Global Citizen Forum will also be addressed by Mr. Kofi Annan, 7th Secretary General of the United Nations, Ms. Irina Bokova, Director General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), current and former Prime Ministers, business leaders and industry professionals.

While in Monaco, Prime Minister Anthony is expected to announce the details of Saint Lucia’s Citizenship by Investment Programme, and to signal the date from which applications will be received. The Prime Minister will also host a series of investors meetings for planned projects in Saint Lucia.

Also attending ‎are a number of lawyers and other professionals from Saint Lucia.

Hon. Emma Hippolyte, Minister for Commerce, Investment, Business Development and Consumer Affairs, will act as Prime Minister until Dr. Anthony returns to island on October 11, 2015.


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    • I hope he wins the government again so that he plays piggy bank with your salaries so that you do not only lose your job, but also your house if you have one. You sound like a country bookie with no brains.


  1. Still coming more and more unhinged, this airport PM again takes flight. As usual, he is on to another airport. Then, another airport. Then to another airport. Where to, for this old chap is the next trip? Hey! Does he learn anything from those trips?
    If the SLP were a car, it would have been running, since mate took office, on four very old bald and very flat tyres. Even the spare tyre is missing. Look at the history of this driver on government spending, taxes, and the VAT. Look at the state of his better days economy.
    I really don't want to know ever, what SLP driver sees as real bad days, if these my God are better days.

    If he really stays out for good, I would feel a real great sense of all the hope in all of the hype of his recent 0.8 percent growth. Nothing else explains it better than this. This economy is always on "better days" auto-pilot.


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