Category Archives: Caribbean News

Our Self Respect Demands We Act Against ALMAGRO!

Submitted by EXECUTIVE  COMMITTEE, CLEMENT  PAYNE  MOVEMENT (BARBADOS)   Under the Charter of the Organization of American States (OAS), when the General Secretary of the OAS speaks he speaks for and on behalf of the Organization and its Member States, including the Caribbean nations of Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Haiti, Grenada, Belize, St Vincent and the Grenadines, the Bahamas,

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The Plight of Petrotrin and UTT Retrenched Workers

As the spokesperson for the retrenched lecturers of UTT, I stand in solidarity with the displaced workers of Petrotrin. On May 11, 2018, about 60 lecturers were wrongfully dismissed by the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT). On October 1, about 2,600 permanent workers would be innocently sent home by the oil company. Both the UTT and Petrotrin are national

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Dallas Police Officer Murders St. Lucian

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Richard Millington, Director of Communications Email: caribbeaninstitute@gmail.com New York Caribbean Institute Calls for Dallas Police officer who killed St. Lucian national in his own home to be charged with murder BROOKLYN: BROOKLYN: The New York based Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy (CGID) on Friday harshly condemned the killing of 26 year-old St. Lucian national and Dallas,

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“Suppose” Barbados was Venezuela

Submitted by the Officers and Members, CARIBBEAN PEACE MOVEMENT MANY OF US BARBADIANS see the images presented to us by Western corporate media houses of Venezuelan refugees streaming across the country’s borders in a flight from economic hardships, and we are only too willing to conclude that the blame for this tragic state of affairs must lie with the socialist

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ICBL Receives Declination with Disgorgement

Credit to The FCPA Blog Barbados insurance company receives declination with disgorgement By Harry Cassin | Monday, August 27, 2018 at 7:08AM The Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited (ICBL) received a declination with disgorgement from the DOJ Thursday for FCPA offenses related to bribing a Barbadian official. Under the terms of the declination pursuant to the DOJ’s Corporate Enforcement Policy, ICBL

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A Vote to Fulfill Antigua and Barbuda’s National Destiny

WHEN  THE  CITIZENS of Antigua and Barbuda go to the polls on 6th November 2018 to vote in a referendum to determine whether they will permit their nation to remain under the judicial jurisdiction of the British Privy Council or whether they will embrace a judicial jurisdiction that is exclusively Antiguan/Barbudan and Caribbean, I hope that they make a choice

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