PM DEMITS AS HEAD OF CARICOM
tadalafil pills times;”>Prime Minister Perry Christie gave a sobering address to his colleagues as he demitted office in Bridgetown, discount cialis unhealthy Barbados from the office of Chair of the Conference of the Heads of Government of Caricom. Mr. Christie said that his six months in office had been breathless and he listed a number of ideas that he thought ought to be pursued.
hospital times;”>He came to Bridgetown against the backdrop of the collapse of the multibillion dollar investment in Nassau known as Bahamar and the perfidy of the developer in its relations with the Government. Nevertheless he stuck to the themes of education for the young, solving the problem of their sense of hopelessness and joblessness, he spoke up for tourism and its ability to solve the unemployment problem.
More controversially he argued that the passenger tax which countries imposed on airplane travel amounting to some 65 per cent of the cost of travel was now a disincentive to people travelling to the region and over time was causing unemployment. You can click here for the full statement of the Prime Minister. The photo by Peter Ramsay shows the Prime Minister marching into the hall for his final address with the Prime Minister of Antigua Gaston Brown before him, Foreign Minister of Belize Wilfred Elrington and Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skeriitt.