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Cabinet of Ministers to be Sworn in Thursday

SAINT Lucia’s Cabinet of Ministers will be sworn in Thursday at the Mindoo Phillip Park.

That’s the word from a release from the Government Information Service yesterday which claimed that more details will be provided in the coming days as Prime Minister Phillip J. Pierre charts the way forward to better the lives and livelihoods of the Saint Lucian people.

PM Pierre at his desk yesterday.
PM Pierre at his desk yesterday.

“Since his appointment on 28th July, 2021 Prime Minister Pierre met with the Permanent Secretaries and other personnel within the various Government Ministries and Departments, to ascertain the current state of the country’s affairs,” stated the release.

According to the missive, the Chief Medical Officer provided a briefing on COVID-19 and critical health security matters, whilst the Permanent Secretary for Economic Development provided updates regarding St. Jude Hospital and other key capital projects.

A meeting with the Saint Lucia Air and Seaports Authority (SLASPA) was also held where an update of the Hewanorra International Airport (HIA) Redevelopment Project was provided.

Press Secretary to the Prime Minister, Maundy Lewis said he will provide the nation with a report on the country’s state of affairs once a full assessment has been completed following meetings with the relevant Government Ministries.

Prime Minister Pierre up to yesterday held meetings with Government Officials, which will culminate with a meeting of the elected Members of Parliament.

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  1. This is a logical and scientific approach to the task of an in-coming Prime Minister

    1. Identify the pros and con as presented in the present state of the nation

    2. Study and seek consultation on the causes and significance of both advantages and disadvantages presented.

    3. Devise a comprehensive plan of action – detailing appropriate enhancement or phase out initiatives

    Appointment of qualified personnel to spearhead each venture.
    Projected budgets and resources (human and material).
    Collaboration with foreign and domestic partners to form a base consisting of government, business and corporate supporter
    Evaluation of advancement of each initiative and strategies for damage control when failures arise.

    St.Lucians, we seem to have a Joseph who is astute in the practice of governance. Please, put aside your biases (en rouges, en jaune) grab your end of the rope firmly and help him haul all of us out of the mud.

    GOD bless St.Lucia.

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