St. Lucia PM names 15-member Cabinet

first_imgNewsPoliticsRegional St. Lucia PM names 15-member Cabinet by: Caribbean 360 – June 15, 2016 Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Sharecenter_img Share 117 Views   no discussions Former Prime Minister Stephenson King is in the 15-member Cabinet as Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour. (Credit: UWP Facebook page)CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Wednesday June 15, 2016 (Caribbean 360) – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet yesterday unveiled a 15-member Cabinet, just over a week after his United Workers Party (UWP) ousted the St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) from office.At a swearing-in ceremony at the Phillip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort, it was revealed that in addition Chastanet would take on the portfolios of finance, economic growth, job creation, external affairs and public service.Former Prime Minister Stephenson King, who was replaced as UWP leader after being defeated by Chastanet in internal elections in July 2013, has been given a seat in the Cabinet. He is the Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour.Four members of the Cabinet were sworn in as Senators yesterday.Here is the full list of Cabinet members and their portfolios:Allen Chastanet – Prime Minister, Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, External Affairs and Public ServiceDr. Gale Rigobert – Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable DevelopmentEzechiel Joseph – Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries, Physical Planning, Natural Resources and CooperativesStephenson King – Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and LabourGuy Joseph – Minister of Economic Development, Housing, Urban Renewal, Transport and Civil AviationLenard Montoute – Minister for Equity, Social Justice, Empowerment, Youth Development, Sports, Culture and Local GovernmentEdmund Estephane – Minister within the Ministry for Equity, Social Justice, Empowerment, Youth Development, Sports, Culture and Local GovernmentSenator Hermangild Francis – Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National SecuritySenator Mary Isaac – Minister for Health and WellnessBradley Felix – Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Commerce, Industry, Investment, Enterprise Development and Consumer AffairsDominic Fedee – Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Information and BroadcastingJimmy Henry – Minister within the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Physical Planning, Natural Resources and CooperativesSenator Fortuna Belrose – Minister within the Ministry for Equity, Social Justice, Empowerment, Youth Development, Sports, Culture and Local GovernmentSenator Ubaldus Raymond – Minister in the Ministry of FinanceHerod Stanislas – Minister within the Ministry of Economic Development, Housing, Urban Renewal, Transport and Civil Aviationlast_img read more

Mourinho’s Spurs to Play Bulgaria’s Lokomotiv Plovdiv

first_imgEUROPA 2ND ROUND QUALIFIERTottenham Hotspur will face a trip to Bulgaria in the Europa League second qualifying round in September after being paired with Lokomotiv Plovdiv in yesterday’s draw.The tie will be played on Thursday, 17 September, five days after Jose Mourinho’s side kick off their Premier League campaign at home to Everton. They are due to play away at Southampton on Sunday, 20 September. Lokomotiv qualified for the Europa League by winning the Bulgarian Cup for the second year running. Spurs qualified by coming sixth in the Premier League.Meanwhile, League of Ireland side Shamrock Rovers have been handed a glamour tie at home to seven-time former European champions AC Milan in Dublin.Steven Gerrard’s Rangers have been drawn away at Lincoln Red Imps of Gibraltar, the minnows who beat Celtic 1-0 at home in a Champions League qualifier in 2016 before losing the return in Glasgow.After being knocked out of this season’s Champions League at home by Ferencvaros in the second qualifying round last week, Celtic will enter the Europa League in the third qualifying round, the draw for which takes place today.Complications caused by the coronavirus pandemic mean that all qualifying ties are being played as one-off matches at the home of the first team drawn from the hat, rather than over two legs.All European ties are going ahead behind closed doors.The delayed 2019-20 Europa League was only completed on 21 August, with Sevilla beating Inter Milan in the final behind closed doors in Cologne to win the trophy for the sixth time in 15 years.In a separate draw, KF Tirana of Albania and Ludogorets of Bulgaria were given byes into the play-off roundTies to be played on September 17 with winners advancing to third qualifying roundTies will be played as one-off straight knockout matches, rather than over two legs, because of the complications caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The first-named clubs are at home.UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND DRAW:Hammarby (SWE) v Lech Poznan (POL)Maccabi Haifa (ISR) or FK Zeljeznicar (BIH) v Kairat Almaty (KAZ)B36 Torshavn (FRO) v The New Saints (WAL)TSC Backa Topola (SRB) v FCSB (ROU)Progres Niederkorn (LUX) v Willem II (NED)Sfintul Gheorghe Suruceni (MDA) v Partizan Belgrade (SRB)Lokomotiv Plovdiv (BUL) v Tottenham Hotspur (ENG)Budapest Honved (HUN) v Malmo (SWE)Lincoln Red Imps (GIB) v Rangers (SCO)KF Renova (MKD) v Hajduk Split (CRO)Dunajska Streda (SVK) v Jablonec (CZE)Shamrock Rovers (IRL) v AC Milan (ITA)Kaysar Kyzylorda (KAZ) v APOEL (CYP)Lokomotiv Tbilisi (GEO) v Dynamo Moscow (RUS)Coleraine (NIR) v Motherwell (SCO)KF Teuta (ALB) v Granada (ESP)Viking Stavanger (NOR) v Aberdeen (SCO)CSKA Sofia (BUL) v BATE Borisov (BLR)KF Laci (ALB) v Hapoel Beer-Sheva (ISR)FK Ventspils (LAT) v Rosenborg (NOR)Servette (SUI) v Reims (FRA)Olimpija Ljubljana (SLO) v HSK Zrinjski (BIH)Piast Gliwice (POL) v Prolactal Hartberg (AUT)Hibernians (MLT) v Fehervar (HUN)Nomme Kalju (EST) or NS Mura (SLO) v AGF Aarhus (DEN)Neftci PFK (AZE) v Galatasaray (TUR)IFK Gothenburg (SWE) v FC Copenhagen (DEN)OFI Crete (GRE) v Apollon Limassol (CYP)Bala Town (WAL) v Standard Liege (BEL)FC Botosani (ROU) v KF Shkendija (MKD)Aris Thessaloniki (GRE) v Kolos Kovalivka (UKR)FK Riteriai (LTU) v Slovan Liberec (CZE)Borac Banja Luka (BIH) v Rio Ave (POR)FK Kukesi (ALB) v VfL Wolfsburg (GER)NK Osijek (CRO) v FC Basel (SUI)Bodo/Glimt (NOR) v Zalgiris Vilnius (LTU)Inter Club d’Escaldes (AND) v Dundalk (IRL)KuPS Kuopio (FIN) v Slovan Bratislava (SVK)Linfield (NIR) v Floriana (MLT)Riga FC (LAT) v SS Tre Fiori (SMR)Djurgardens (SWE) v Europa FC (GIB)Flora Tallinn (EST) v KR Reykjavik (ISL)FK Sileks (MKD) v KF Drita (KOS)FC Astana (KAZ) v FK Buducnost Podgorica (MNE)Ararat-Armenia (ARM) v CS Fola Esch (LUX)Connah’s Quay Nomads (WAL) v Dinamo Tbilisi (GEO)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more