PM Browne in St. Lucia for meeting on Regional Transportation
Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne is today in St. Lucia for a special meeting of Heads of CARICOM to discuss regional transportation.
It is anticipated that the issue of LIAT, and the linkages between trade and air transportation within the region will feature heavily during the discussions.
Prime Minister Browne will return late Saturday from the Meeting.
Later this month, Prime Minister Browne is expected to travel to the Bahamas for the 44th Regular Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government which will examine integration, transportation and security among other issues.
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Dear Prime Minister Browne,
You would do well to recall that you were more focused on political matters overseas than in Antigua, hence the current diabolical economical mess and poor housing and infrastructure we continue to witness.
Remember, it is much better to dance with Antiguans at home than dance abroad.
DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN, AND EXPECTING A DIFFERENT RESULT IS A SURE SIGN OF MADNESS …
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There are some things that we as a nation, as Caricom and as a people must do collectively so let us hope that our leaders are successful in their deliberations about a solution. God luck and God’s speed to our PM and the rest of our leaders.
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Please let me know whether he’ll me traversing MIA, USA on his way to the Bahamian port of entry. I don’t believe he has the guts and confidence within himself to take such a bold action knowing the risk…
Gaston should realize that Antigua alone cannot bear the financial burden to operate liat. He can ask Sir Richard Branson what it takes. Egos need to be put on the back burner and the leaders need to work together to finance liat with part ownership.
Gaston is to commended for trying to keep liat in the the air, but if liat is to be viable, all the Caribbean countries must be on board. Hope he has gone to St. Lucia to negotiate and not dictate.
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