Prime Minister travels to Jamaica

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Dr. Anthony.

Dr. Anthony.

PRESS RELEASE – Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony is presently out of state, visiting Jamaica for a series of engagements.

Dr. Anthony will attend the Summit to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the PetroCaribe Agreement, September 5-6 in Montego Bay.

Subsequent to that meeting, the Prime Minister will attend the official opening of the Simon Bolivar Cultural Centre, which will coincide with a ceremony to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the “Carta De Jamaica” in Kingston.

Accompanying Dr. Anthony is His Excellency Hippolyte Eustace Vitalis, non-resident Ambassador for PetroCaribe and ALBA.

Prime Minister Anthony left Saint Lucia on Thursday, September 3, 2015, and is scheduled to return on Tuesday, September 8, 2015.

Hon. Philip J. Pierre, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Port Services and Transport, will act as Prime Minister during Dr. Anthony’s absence.

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9 comments

  1. WELCOME TO JAMROCK.
    BRING BACK SOME SPICE BUN, JAMAICAN PATTIES AND JERK CHICKEN FOR ME TO NYAM.

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  2. This guy is unreal .. High unemployment high crime rate low economy , your duty should be towards the st lucian citizens who elected you . Not forever travelling overseas on fruitless excursions at the taxpayer expense, which could have been spent on projects for the communities. .

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    • I doubt the taxpayer is footing the bill for a regional summit, at which the PM will surely be seeking to do further work to help develop our beloved nation. As is the job of a PM.

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      • Oh! Really? He literally begged them last time, as in the true Saint Lucian mentality. And he came back not even with an empty political promise like the US government does. "$40 million is earmarked" they might say. $100,000 of is to be disbursed in 2015. Then, if they do that, they go silent after that. Last time he begged CARICOM, your ears must have been upended by your very polished fat bottom then yardfowl, he came back very empty handed.

        They say if you do the same things over and over again, and if each time you do that you expect a different result, you are an idiot.

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  3. Stay there please

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  4. De frequent flier miles are pilling up. Yes man! Where next tourist minister? How more days to the end of the year? To the next election? You are on retirement leave already, you say?

    It's a cruise next? Wow! Good for you! The islands include Trinidad? The wife is with you? Nice!

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  5. It would be useful to know the number of days the PM has spent out of Saint Lucia since assuming office in 2011. I do not get a sense that any of these trips are connected with sourcing direct foreign investment, which is what the country needs at the moment. In fact, since he is accountable to no one, or so it seems, we never get a report on whatever he went to do and what he has achieved. There is also the possibility of an acting allowance for the person acting as PM. Does that happen? I am of the opinion that if Anthony wants to be a schoolteacher/lecturer, he should proceed in that direction. At the moment, we are certainly not getting value for money.

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  6. You'll can keep him.

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    • Those empty-headed grey-haired old-fogies with walking sticks and 'batting beure' see no better person to talk laughable crap to them. They will vote him in again! Five more years of crap. So doh worry your head. Saint Lucia for true, is really idiot country.

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