Prime Minister Stephenson King of Saint Lucia

Stephenson King is a Saint Lucian politician who is currently the country's Prime Minister.
It was an ironic twist that King would assume the mantle when the Deputy of the party was overlooked as just a few months before King had been seen as a Lewis loyalist in the party's leadership race.
King was subsequently sworn in as Prime Minister by Governor-General Pearlette Louisy on September 9.
Earlier in 2008 Prime Minister King came under tremendous pressure first from the opposition leader Dr.
King married Rosella Nestor, his long time partner in a wedding ceremony in Miami on Saturday the 29th of November ,2008.
Caricom leaders have agreed agree to take another look at the economic partnership agreement negotiated with the European Union.
Late yesterday the STAR received reliable word that Rosella Nestor will soon be St Lucia’s new first lady! Word is that Prime Minister Stephenson King, who left the island on Tuesday, will tie the knot with his longtime girlfriend come Saturday at a ceremony in Miami, Florida.
Prime Minister Stephenson King says his administration has no plans for the moment to be part of a political union being promoted by Trinidad and Tobago and St.
King said that the proposed political union had to be pursued here then his administration would give serious consideration to utilising the experience and successes of the OECS.
Lucia, CMC - Stephenson King has officially taken over the reins of government here following his swearing in Sunday as St.
CASTRIES, St Lucia, August 28, 2008 - St Lucia's Prime Minister Stephenson King has proposed legislation aimed at managing national funding acquired outside of government's annual budget.
CASTRIES, St Lucia, June 6, 2008 - St Lucia Prime Minister Stephenson King has announced a Cabinet reshuffle that will see him taking on additional responsibilities and rehiring a minister fired by the country's late leader, Sir John Compton.
In an address to the nation, Mr King said that Rufus Bousquet, who served as Foreign Affairs Minister before being sacked last June, would be appointed Minister for Trade, Industry, Commerce, Consumer Affairs and Investment.
Prime Minister King said that the changes would drive government's initiatives and implement its social and economic agenda.
politician who is currently the country's Prime Minister.
Stephenson King took the oath of office Sunday to become St Lucia's new prime minister, following the death of Sir john Compton last Friday at the age of 81.
King had acted as prime minister while Sir John was ill and served in government as Minister of Health and Labour from 1987 to 1992.
With no end to the current banana war in sight, Prime Minister Stephenson King says it is time for a joint intervention.
Mayers says if King had intervened earlier, it would have been premature.
Prime Minister Stephenson King says the tissue culture facility will address food security, production and supply issues.
Phillip Pierre says the ranking is used by foreign investors to judge the business climate of a country in which they want to open shop.
Prime Minister Stephenson King says this unique venture will enhance the Islands tourism product.
CASTRIES Stephenson King has been sworn in as Prime Minister of St Lucia following the death of Sir John Compton on Friday, a government spokesperson confirmed yesterday.
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General Dame Pearlette Louisy at her official residence.
the economy in an address to the nation later this month.
prospects, as the global economic downturn claims its first casualties.
not be moved as head of the party.
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Don't call it a bailout but Prime Minister Stephenson King has confirmed that Government is exploring avenues to bolster the Island's tourism sector.
Prime Minister Stephenson King says he cannot comment on the letter from the Leader of the Opposition.