Tag Archives: St.Vincent News

How Dirty is CARICOM?

Submitted by Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green CARICOM is the oldest surviving integration movement in the developing world. It is a grouping of twenty countries: fifteen Member States and five Associate Members. CARICOM is owned by the member countries and run by the member countries. So, if you have among those countries leaders who have elements of evil in their leadership, you

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The Yugge Farrell Story – Rh Abuse of Political POWER and the ASYLUM!

There is the interesting case of a Vincentian woman by the name of Yugge Farrell who was sent to the psychiatric hospitable on 5 January 2018 to undergo two weeks evaluation because she reportedly ‘cuss’ Karen Duncan-Gonsalves, the wife of Minister of Finance Camillo Gonsalves. The backlink to the story- Yugge reportedly had a fling with Camillo Gonsalves, the son

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Pissed Off Investors Take Harlequin To Court In St. Vincent

A recent article carried in the echo-news.co.uk paints an unflattering picture of Chairman David Ames Harlequin Group and his quest to build luxury resorts in the Caribbean and Brazil. The report claims to have identified 6000 investors who have decided to ask for their money back. In nearby St. Vincent some investors have joined contractors and suppliers to take court

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St. Vincent And Domestic Abuse

Submitted by Judith I have visited St Vincent and the Grenadines and have noticed that as a visitor from Canada that the laws surrounding domestic dispute and abuse is taken as a joke or lightly I have experience police been called in a domestic dispute but the plaintiff was scared to press charges because she was treated by her boyfriend

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WikiLeaks: No Difference In DLP Or BLP, Dr Ralph Gonzalez Refers To Chastanet As A Castries Mulatto…

¶4. (C) On the subject of Barbados’ newly elected government, Gonsalves stated that he did not expect any significant differences in the ruling Democratic Labour Party’s policies, as both major political parties in Barbados are “steeped in social democracy and committed to regional integration.” Echoing Grenada PM Keith Mitchell’s comments in the press, Gonsalves dismissed the notion of “winds of

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