Trinidad and Tobago: Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Keith Rowley, is going to meet THA assemblymen next week.
According to the reports, Prime Minister Dr the Hon Keith Rowley will reach Tobago next week, during which time he expects to meet with the 12 recently-elected Assemblymen of the Tobago House of Assembly.
Additionally, Dr. Rowley also aims to meet with Chief Secretary, the Hon Ancil Dennis, and all possible former Chief Secretaries and Chairmen of the Tobago House of Assembly.
These meetings are programmed to take place on Wednesday, 3rd March 2021. On Monday 22nd February 2021, the CARICOM Prime Ministerial Sub-Committee on the Caribbean Single Market and the Economy will meet in development for the wider regional meeting.
Prime Minister Rowley will chair the 32nd Inter-sessional Meeting of the CARICOM Heads of Government on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th February 2021.
On Friday 26th February 2021, Dr. Rowley will speak at the Atlantic Council’s “Front Page” event regarding the issues emerging from the inter-sessional meeting and the region’s outlook for improved cooperation and collaboration with the US and the hemisphere.
The Atlantic Council is a nonpartisan organization that galvanizes US leadership and engagement in the world, in partnership with allies and partners, to shape solutions to global challenges.
A resident said, “Good idea and well-appreciated Mr prime minister. Re the past secretaries what Spencer coming to do serve water.”
Another resident said, “Before going to Parliament with the THA Bill, that is what u should have done.”
On the other hand, Prime Minister Rowley’s call for the equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines continues to receive media coverage.
NPR’s story begins with the following:
The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Keith Rowley, is not happy about how the global rollout of COVID vaccines is going. He’s not happy at all.
“We are more than a little bit concerned that there is … or is to be … hoarding and price gouging,” of vaccines, the Prime Minister said in a press conference on Thursday with the head of the World Health Organization.