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ANTIGUA & BARBUDA | PM Gaston Browne moves to save LIAT, Seeks Concession from Workers

ST JOHN’S – Antigua, July 8, 2020- Despite an insistence by incoming Chair of CARICOM and the Prime Minister responsible for Transportation Dr, Ralph Gonsalves that Regional airline LIAT will be liquidated by its shareholder governments, Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne is desperately trying to save the airline.

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CARICOM | LIAT to be replaced by six airlines serving the Region

CARICOM,  July 4, 2020 - With the collapse of the ailing Regional airline, LIAT (1974) Ltd., despite herculean efforts by Antigua and Barbuda’s PM, Gaston Browne to save the carrier, six privately owned air carriers are being considered to take over LIAT’s travel routes, in wake of the carrier’s current financial challenge.

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CARICOM | Gonsalves defends Mottley's position on Guyana

CARICOM, July 3, 2020 - As Outgoing Chair of CARICOM and prime minister of Barbados Mia Mottley this morning handed over the Chairmanship of the regional body to the Prime Minister of St. Vincent, she used the opportunity to once again express her concern about the political situation in Guyana.

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CARICOM | Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is the New Chairman of CARICOM

CARICOM,  Frtiday July 3, 2020 -  Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, on Friday morning officially took up the Chairmanship of CARICOM, pledging to work to ensure a more sufficient air transport system to serve the sub-region.

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Guyana not a colony of CARICOM

THE GUYANA CHRONICLE, EDITORIAL, June 29, 2020- THE recent utterances on Guyana’s elections and, by extension, its internal affairs by Barbadian Prime Minister, Mia Mottley, and Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves of St. Vincent and the Grenadines are a cause for concern not only in Guyana, but in the rest of the CARICOM sub-region. Ms. Mottley’s video statement on Wednesday went to places that Gonsalves did not go. She arrogated unto herself the role of judge and jury in Guyana’s elections impasse. But more than that, she spoke as if the Guyanese people have elected her as their spokesperson and governor.

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"We are not a colony, we run Guyana, let us settle our differences in Guyana"- LFS Burnham

The war of words arising from the response by CARICOM Chair Mia Mottley to a yet to be accepted report by the CEO of the Guyana Elections Commission, Keith Lowenfield, to the GECOM Chair, continues. This time, with a response by Robin Sing, to an open letter by Roxanne Burnham Van West Charles, (daughter of Guyana’s former president Linden Forbes Burnham), chastising the Barbados Prime Minister for the manner in which she characterised the nature of Guyanese electoral and judicial system.

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