Castries, Saint Lucia: The Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, as well as the member of parliament serving for the Castries South, Ernest Hilaire, shared the weekly review of his visits.
Minister Hilaire attended three major activities last week, each of great significance. The major visits of him are as follows,
On Wednesday- Constituency Day
The Deputy Prime Minister paid his visit at the launch of Constituency Day, the Security in Movable Properties Registry, otherwise known as the Collateral Registry. Notably, this is actually of seminal significance.
It is to be noted that this Registry would allow people to use their movable assets as collateral as they can, which means those individuals who could not use their assets like sewing machines, intellectual property rights, and farming produce can now do so.
On Friday- Sod Turning
Minister Ernest attended the Sod Turning for the Gros Islet Beach Park, known as Simple’s Park. The park is Simon Philip’s innovation called Simple.
Notably, this project is part of plans for the redevelopment of the Gros Islet Waterfront, as it signifies the consistency of the government’s approach to restructuring the tourism industry to make it world-class.
Additionally, it will promote more local ownership and investment. This classic community tourism project allows both locals and visitors to relish Saint Lucia’s beauty.
On Saturday- National Youth Awards
Member of parliament for Castries South visited National Youth Awards Ceremony. He lauded Minister Casimir and his staff for making an event such a huge hit.
He expressed his commitment to acknowledging and promoting the youth as the change drivers of today’s time and creating a priority in their favour to put them at the centre of national development.
Minister Ernest was thrilled to hear the announcement of the Henry Charles Fellow in Youth Development as he did not just advocate for youth but also lived and believed in youth.
He expressed his gratitude to him as one of his mentors in his student years when he started as an activist.