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Government and People of St. Kitts and Nevis congratulate Baroness Scotland as newly-elected Commonwealth Secretary-General

baronessBasseterre, St. Kitts — Patricia Janet Scotland, 60, more commonly known as Baroness Scotland of Asthal has emerged as the sixth Commonwealth Secretary-General after a keenly contested race to replace Kamalesh Sharma, 74, the fifth Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations who assumed the position in 2008, having previously served as the High Commissioner for India in London.

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International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

slavery-abolition-granger.7444The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery is commemorated annually on December 2. On this date the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the exploitation of the Prostitution of Others (Resolution 317(IV) of December 1949 was adopted by the United Nations.  Despite the abolition of slavery hundreds of years ago slavery still persists across the globe.

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Dr. Denzil Douglas has No Moral Authority to Speak on the Crime Situation in St.Kitts-Nevis

DDBasseterre, St.Kitts -  St.Kitts-Nevis Leader of the Opposition Dr. Denzil Douglas has no moral authority to speak on the issues related to crime in the federation. This is the sentiment held by the vast majority of citizens and residents.

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The Fight Against Crime Is A Top Priority for the Government, Says Attorney General

vincent-bBasseterre, St. Kitts -  The fight against violent crime in St. Kitts and Nevis is a top priority for the Government of National Unity. The Government is working assiduously to address the serious challenge of reducing crime with the implementation of the Police Six Point Plan and the Criminal Justice Strategic Board (CJSB).

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Attorney General's Office is Busy Giving Legal Advice to Government

AG-Working-for-usBasseterre, St. Kitts - St. Kitts and Nevis’ Attorney General Honourable Vincent Byron has outlined that his duties are varied and that while his job includes giving legal advice to the Government, there also remains the possibility of him being sued.

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  • Agri ministers want less talk and more action ST.JOHN’S, Antigua - Agriculture Ministers from across the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) have ended the second Council of Ministers Meeting with a firm commitment that practical solutions...
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