King to evaluate Infrastructure Ministry

The minister will assess the island’s infrastructure in order to bring it up to standard.

Infrastructure Minister Hon. Stephenson King has said that an evaluation of his new ministry will be the first order of business.

Minister King, speaking after he was sworn in as Minister for Infrastructure, Energy and Labour in the new Allen Chastanet led administration, pointed to the need to evaluate the ministry. He added that there was also need to assess infrastructure and conduct an audit to determine what is required to bring the infrastructure up to standard.

He described as a “novelty” Prime Minister Chastanet’s announcement of cluster portfolios in the new cabinet of ministers, with senior and junior ministers working together.

“It is now to see how the experiment works to produce greater efficiency and increased productivity – that will be the hallmark of the success of the new configuration,” he said.


  1. Sad-But-True
    June 28, 2016 at 11:32 am

    King, seriously, find some productive way of dealing with your Boredom. There are roads to be fixed, multi-million dollar high-ways waiting to be built to connect the North and South. Also, the upgrading of the Castries -Gros-Islet high-way. But again, this is the UWP. Builders of NOTHING. BUT TALKERS OF MUCH. LOL

  2. Anonymous
    July 6, 2016 at 9:26 pm

    Words of the UWP. Can they deliver in