House approves $13 Million loan for PMDU consultants
Joshua St. Aimee 17 December 1997 in respect of a capped liability and might have ensured the benefit of equity in the hotel investment for the people of Saint Lucia in the event the government was made to pay.”
The prime minister also referred to the 2000 Grynberg contract, and the noninvolvement of public servants. He went on: "I hear this concern with regards to consultancies and bringing people from the outside. But there's a term we use: best practices. We are a small country; we cannot believe that by ourselves we're going to solve all these problems." He said the problem of implementation is not limited to Saint Lucia, but throughout the Caribbean and that this programme is about "empowering our civil servants to resolve the problems."
At Tuesday’s House session, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet called out his immediate predecessor for his seasonal support of the public service!