Hits: 209 Created on 20 June 2017 Written by Jerry Marryshow Category: POLITICS
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GRENADA: NNP ADMINISTRATION ON DELIVERY RAMPAGE!!

As the Grenada general election inches closer, there seems to be a mad rush by the NNP administration and their parliamentary representatives to deliver all manner of goods and services to hoodwink the masses. This last minute desperation is a sign that the government is very uncomfortable with its chances of winning the next general election. The mad rush to deliver merchandise is being touted as an electioneering strategy to catch votes to win the election at all cost.  None of the 15 constituencies across the state is being left unattended at this present moment.  At the level of each constituency, the minister is at the face of delivering housing materials, school uniforms and small contracts to known party activists and supporters of the regime.

Read more: OPINION PIECE
 
Hits: 166 Created on 19 June 2017 Written by Amb. Linda Taglialatela Category: POLITICS
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OP-ED BY AMBASSADOR LINDA TAGLIALATELA, U.S. AMBASSADOR TO BARBADOS, THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN AND THE OECS

As Ambassador, I occasionally promote U.S. policies that are unpopular with some government leaders in the Eastern Caribbean.  That is the case now.   The situation in Venezuela has reached the point where it is impossible for me to remain silent.  What is happening in Venezuela is wrong. We need to act together to prevent the further deterioration of democracy and stop the suffering of the Venezuelan people, particularly its children.

Read more: "WE MUST DEFEND VENEZUELA'S DEMOCRACY"
 
Hits: 195 Created on 17 June 2017 Written by CBS NEWS, Rebecca Leung Category: POLITICS
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KUWAIT OF AFRICA
Equatorial Guinea Has Vast Oil Reserves, But Poverty Still Prevalent

Nov 14, 2003 -- With gas prices hitting record levels this summer, and violence in the Middle East unabated, America has been scouring the globe searching for new sources of oil.

And one could be Equatorial Guinea, a tiny nation that's been dubbed the Kuwait of Africa because it has so few people and so much oil.

Read more: DATED AND LENGTHY, BUT WORTH READING
 
Hits: 164 Created on 16 June 2017 Written by William Joseph Category: POLITICS
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FIGHTING FOR CRUMBS AND CROWNS

There is always newness about life and its mystery is fresh by the moment! Thankfully, the Father did not grant a say to mankind regarding life. But life is full of this and that, of yes and no, of more and less, of crumbs and crowns! None of these things are new nor is man's sometimes relentlessly drive to get what they want in life. Many do not trust or wait upon the Lord to lay a table before them.  It is truly a blessing that man does not have to fight to save his soul! If he had to fight for that crown he would never leave the table of crumbs.

Read more: STICKING A PIN ON...
 
Hits: 202 Created on 13 June 2017 Written by nnp Category: POLITICS
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34-YEAR OLD LAWYER AMONG CARETAKERS NAMED

St. George -- The New National Party has announced its second batch of caretakers as preparations continue for general elections constitutionally due in 2018.

Caretakers have been named for St George's North East, St Andrew's South East and St Andrew's South West, St Johns and Carriacou. The decisions were taken following an executive meeting of the party late Monday.

Thirty four year old lawyer, Kindra Maturine-Stewart has been named the caretaker for Carriacou – nominated to take the work of the party going forward, now that long-serving MP Elvin Nimrod and Deputy Political leader Elvin Nimrod is retiring.

Read more: THE LINE-UP BUILDS!
 

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