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Chastanet, Fedee for WTFL Travel & Tourism Conference

Press Release:- Global leaders in travel and tourism are coming together at the 5th World Tourism Forum Lucerne (WTFL) which will be held under the theme “Stay Relevant in Uncertain Times!”

The WTFL takes place from 3rd – 5th May 2017 in Lucerne, Switzerland and is a platform where three generations, the public and private sectors as well as all the different subsectors of the industry meet in one room and work together on the future of our industry.

Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet is currently in Switzerland for the conference along with Minister responsible for Tourism Honourable Dominic Fedee.

The Forum is a combination of hot topics, inspiring key note speeches, expert panels and robust roundtable discussions.

In the Prime Minister’s absence Ministry of Equity, Social Justice, Empowerment, Youth Development, Sports and Local Government, Honourable Lenard Montoute will serve as acting Prime Minister.


  1. Didn’t Teo Ah Khing invited them and will also talk about the DSH project?

  2. Why is the Prime Minister going to a Tourism conference when he has a Minister of Tourism….. Sgh

  3. I have said repeatedly that the time the PM shows energy and interest is in Tourism related issues. Has he uttered a word about the 21 murders for the year? Has he publicly offered a word of comfort to the grieving families? He is only vociferous and adamant about investments concerning tourism. Is this trip funded by taxpayers? Is the Minister of Tourism incompetent? Why not allow Mr. Fedee to attend by himself since the issues to be discussed at this conference fall under his purview? This is a woeful waste of taxpayers money as the PM has to interject himself unnecessarily so into this meeting. The scarce taxpayers’ money should be used frugally not lavishly. This is my sincere opinion.

    • Though you have some good questions pertaining to his trip, but I must correct you on the fact that he has on a few occasions offered words of condolences to grieving families.

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