Albert-Poyotte Elected Vice President Of Inter-American Commission On Women

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Hon. Dr. Virginia Albert-Poyotte has been elected Vice President of the Inter-American Commission on Women at the 39th Assembly held in Panama May 25 and 26.

Dr. Albert-Poyotte is one of three vice presidents elected from six candidates who vied for that position.

She was able to garner 24 votes, placing her as the first Vice President followed by El Salvador, 20 votes and Chile with 17 votes.

The Department of Gender Affairs congratulates the Gender Affairs Minister on her successful nomination.

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Dr. Albert-Poyotte brings to the table experience and a passion to help create change for the betterment of men and women.

Source: Department of Gender Affairs

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4 COMMENTS

  1. She will never win the next election because she has already forsaken the hard working canvassers who got persons to vote for her. Nowadays her representatives at the constituency cutting style for you to meet with Vaginia Albert. Five years must finish and i could never waste time and ask anybody to vote for SLP ever again. Waste of time and energy. Crime must rise because too much corruption in SLP.

  2. They chose a lizard to to represent women .
    St lucia has some of the ugliest in 62 people in Caribbean ….perhaps they should eat more green fig

  3. All well and good for these ‘Highfalutin and glorious’ positions but don’t forget the the most important thing is your representation to the humble folks of Barbonneau.
    BTW any news on how that murderer was able to escape from prison? is that Cop still there?

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