PM Denzil Douglas: Caribbean leadership by example
Written by Darby Etienne MA Diplomacy
16 01 2013 — The Caribbean region is not notorious for principles and or values – whether religious or political dictatorships, but the plurality or plethora of mixed society.
One questions, where the Caribbean draws its strength from in dealing with the socio-economic problems it faces? The question is being asked in light of the economic challenges which currently face the Caribbean islands.
It is even more important now, owing to the magnitude and the impact of the Global economic meltdown. What can possibly be done to change the way the people and more emphatically the leaders of the respective Caribbean Islands think vis-a-vis as to how they relate to the rest of the world.
As I attempt to broach this subject I relate the above to a LEADER whom I have long since admired – the Dr. RT Honourable Prime Minister Denzil Douglas from the island of St Kitts and Nevis.
I suppose you could call his rule a democratic dictatorship, the longest serving leader in the Americas which includes the Caribbean, Latin and Central America.
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