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WATCH: Pierre Confirms Saint Lucia’s Financial Health


Prime Minister Hon. Philip J. Pierre’s review of the government’s performance for concluding fiscal year and the outlook for 2023/24 during the March 28 tabling of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure has confirmed Saint Lucia’s financial health continues to improve under his stewardship.

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SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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  1. Well done under the most difficult circumstances Most Honorable PJP . The Prodigal Son of Caribbean Development Bank has left the country in a mess for you to mop up we are so far down. Steer the ship Sir four years of borrowing by that Yellow Clown with his defunct trickle down economics 101 theory built it and they will come investments without dividend scenario., Covid put a big wrench in his spokes, and he still want to come back to RAPE THE NATION AGAIN EVEN MORE bit it won’t happen. He had a 30 mill surplus sitting by to finish St Jude’s and NEVER did it. Things tight but we must learn as a people to ban our belly’s for the sake of keeping the country from ending up like Grenada.

  2. Why Grenada? They are in a much better financial situation than we are Red Clown. The financial health is good and bus subsidy government drivers have not been paid for January and February and March is almost ending. Politicians can fool all the people like you all the time but they can’t fool the smart ones all the time.

  3. @The Most Honorable Highgrade, Well said sir, Well said. Now let’s hear the UWP naysayers cry us a river .

  4. …..@Crow but you don’t see one of the proud boys from United Pac “Mr. Rest my case” crying already. Grenada could not afford to pay back Taiwan on their investments and who do you think end up owing their landing fees and departure tax. That Big Yellow Clown Mr. Make St Lucia great again went and borrow that USD$100 million form “our good friends” Taiwan. God forbid we should default on that, we would end up just like Grenada. I wonder if Mr. Rest your case knows there is an interest payment ONLY to the sum of USD$ 5 million due on July 1st due to the mishandling by your White God ? Do you even care this is due every six months until 2035 or so before St Lucia actually start paying on the principal ? Do you know what that USD$ 5 million every six months taken from the tourism coffers could do for this nation little economy? It’s killing us. This was the reason the most Honorable PJP tried to have that loan refinance as to give us breathing space to do the basics that Yellow Clown bitch about everyday. As the good House Negro Mr. Rest my case is he agrees with everything his master does yessss Boss there there there you are such a good master.

  5. One would have hope that in 2023 with all the World’s economic woes, wars and rumours of war ,Financial meltdown and last but not least the impact of covid19 on our small vulnerable. That seeming intelligent people will sit, ( well I think they were sitting) invest in precious time and put out that amount of garbage.
    Really St.Lucians
    Shame on you all.

  6. How many passports were sold from 2016 to 2023? If I cannot get an answer, I would like to meet the special Prosecutor to launch a case. It is high time we know the number of passports sold.


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