Four Vincentians lawmakers, two from each side of the aisle, will be among a five-member delegation to represent Kingstown at next week’s meeting of the OECS Assembly in Antigua.

The 4th Sitting of the OECS Assembly takes place in St. Johns on Monday, June

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The following will attend: Minister of Finance, Camillo Gonsalves, Minister of Agriculture Saboto Caesar, Leader of the Opposition Godwin Friday and MP for the Southern Grenadines, Terrence Ollivierre, the Office of the Prime Minister said on Thursday.

Kingstown’s ambassador to the OECS and CARICOM, Allan Alexander, will accompany Gonsalves and Caesar to the meeting of the OECS Authority, which will be held in Antigua on Tuesday.

The Speaker of the OECS Assembly is Vincentian Rene Baptiste.

2 replies on “Vincentian lawmakers to attend OECS Assembly sitting”

  1. Ricardo Francis says:

    There shall be no European Union, as we know it in 15 years, but these Caribbean Leaders insist on pursuing a PIPE Dream.

    OECS assembly for whose benefits: the political and economic elites.

    The CRYTOCURRENCY agents could potentially make a run on the ECCB, while the political leaders are consumed with utter nonsense.

    Big Brother and the One World Government machinery maybe very supportive of the OECS assembly. Who are the POWER BROKERS behind the scene pushing this agenda, WAKE UP MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS!!!

    We are Vincentians first and foremost, and People of the Caribbean second.

    The Brotherhood and Sisterhood have the system locked-down for their continued benefit.

    GOD SAVE US ALL!!!

    Ricardo Francis, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in Waiting and in the Making

  2. Correct! Just another talking shop for the elite, bureaucrats and washed-up politicians to go on extravagant junkets at a cost to Tax payers.

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