St Kitts and Nevis: Dr Terrance Drew, Prime Minister of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, has expressed his delight in completing 100 days in the Office of the Prime Minister. During the national address, PM Dr Drew stated that he was extremely happy on the 100th day in the office; he also highlighted that the Drew-led government has been working since day zero and has not rested.
PM Drew mentioned that his administration tried its best to fulfil the expectations of the people of St Kitts and Nevis, and they also continue striving to exceed those expectations. “We have been swift in the actions in some areas and more deliberate as well as methodical in others. But in all spheres, our government has been prudent and pragmatic,” he said during the radio show.
Prime Minister Drew informed about several National milestones, including:
He pointed out the appointment of the Female Speaker of the National Assembly, the First Female Governor General’s Deputy, and Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly; the Federal Cabinet witnessed the involvement of three (3) women as part of the gender equality agenda of the government. PM also stated the approval of a Restoration as well as Transformation Project for the home of Robert L. Bradshaw, the First National Hero of the twin-island nation.
Dr Drew-led government has been relentless in pursuing to strengthen and improve the Citizenship-By-Investment programme (CBI) for enhanced sustainability within an integrity framework.
“Our government has held productive discussions with local developers as well as international investors alike,” he said. As per the Prime Minister, there will be much stronger oversight as well as leadership in the CBI Unit by a new CBI Board and Technical Committee. He said he would announce the detailed changes at an upcoming Press Conference, but he wanted to be clear that evolved CBI programme will be run with the utmost transparency.