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Haiti’s leaders wallowing in moral morass

By Henry Beaucejour Every day international observers are calling for elections in Haiti. The US is regularly threatening Haiti that, if it does not hold elections, then there will be no more aid. The same applies to many other international…

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Peter Binose: Can one cattle stampede? Can one person be a crowd? Can one person be a revolution? Can one tree be a forest?

By Peter Binose Can one cattle stampede? Can one person be a crowd? Can one tree be a forest? Can one man be a revolution? Can one man be a government? Can one man frighten 110,000 citizens? According to some…

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The Editor speaks: Stay put

I am dismayed that Bodden Town MLA Alva Suckoo has followed Anthony Eden in resigning from the Progressives – the party that took him under their wings and promoted him to become a Member of the Legislative Assembly. I doubt…

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Opinion: Human Rights in SVG

By Peter Binose The ‘United Nations Charter of Human Rights’ as Ignored and Abused by the ‘Unity Labour Party SVG’. Preamble [applicable almost everywhere but not in SVG] Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable…

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Cayman Islands anti-gay laws to be challenged in court

By Joe Williams From Pink News A gay lecturer who faces deportation from the Cayman Islands aims to challenge the territory’s anti-gay legislation in court. Leonardo Raznovich recently lost his job lecturing law at the Truman Bodden Law School in…

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Cayman Islands Law School Public Lectures’ Series: Legal matters that matter

The Student Society of the Truman Bodden Law School is committed to engaging with the local community by giving back part of the knowledge and understanding that students earn at the Law School, in particular about legal matters that matter…

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United Nations photo competition for Caribbean small island developing states

From Caribbean News Now PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad — The United Nations will launch a Caribbean SIDS (Small Island Developing States) photography competition. The UN Photo Competition for Caribbean SIDS will seek to raise awareness of the UN values in relation to…