Taiwan providing 20 million dollars for Modern Parliament and Modern Court

The Republic of China, Taiwan will be providing a soft loan of  20 million dollars for the  Modern Parliament and Modern Court House projects in St.Vincent and the Grenadines.

Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonslaves raised the issue during his weekly radio discussion radio program on NBC Radio

He said the Loan Authorization Bill for the project is among three bills listed  to receive their    first reading  at the Meeting of Parliament which will be held on Monday and Tuesday.

The Order Paper also includes a  Resolution calling on Parliament to approve the regulations relating to Patient Access to Medicinal Cannabis.

The resolution will be moved by Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Saboto  Caesar.

There’s also a private members  motion  on the COVID-19 Pandemic and the management of the Economics and Social consequences   of the pandemic, to be moved  by Leader of Opposition, Dr. Godwin Friday.

The other bills listed to receive  their  first reading are The Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean Bill 2020 ; and The Friendly Societies Bill 2020.

A Select Committee Report on the Consumer Protection Bill 2020 is also expected to be presented. There are also 18  questions listed for oral answers from the Opposition and one for a written answer.

2 Comments

  1. There is no such a thing as soft loan how much more debt in loans is added to vincentians $$$$$$$$!!! S V.G since this pandemic started only the rich cows is getting fatter !

  2. That’s why trading Taiwan for China is not in St Vincent best interest. That’s why the NDP will be forever in opposition because the fail to adjust their policies to reflect strategic thinking.

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