PM Harris urges CBI Workers to Help Maintain Reputation of St. Kitts and Nevis

(ZIZ News) – Following Friday’s launch of the sole Citizenship Application Management System (CAMS) in the region, Prime Minster, the Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris assured that the Citizenship by Investment Programme will be maintained at a high standard. He also urged those who are involved to do their best.

“The service providers for example are being urged to do a better job at reviewing and previewing their applications and establishing their own mechanisms for determining the quality of the applicants which they are submitting for consideration,” Dr. Harris stated.

Prime Minister Harris appealed to developers to construct and develop properties that are in sync with the beauty of the Federation.

“We have a note of advice also for the developers who build inferior properties that add no enduring value to our landscape or seascape and we say they are not in sync with the beauty and unique attributes that make the physicality of St. Kitts and Nevis alluring,” the Nation’s leader said.

He continued, “We want a fresh start, with developments of awesome aesthetic beauty that transforms our spatial layout by their shared presence, their design, their sturdy structure, their colour scheme and of course inherent quality.”

The CAMS initiative was launched on Friday during a ceremony at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort.

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