PRIME MINISTER of St Vincent and the Grenadines Dr Ralph Gonsalves admits he and other Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) leaders have some reservations about aspects of the recently released judicial manager’s report on CLICO.
“. . . We have a number of queries in relation to the overall proposals,” he told the SATURDAY SUN yesterday, adding that OECS countries wanted “some clarification” on a number of points.
He was speaking after participating in a loan signing ceremony between LIAT and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) at the CDB’s Wildey, St Michael headquarters.
Gonzalves did not go into details.
“We have read and studied the judicial manager’s submission to the court in Barbados and we would like to engage the manager and the Government of Barbados on the suggestions for the resolution put forward in the report,” he admitted.