Prime Minister Douglas says his cabinet is aware of the tasks at hand to continue Federation’s development
Prime Minister, the Hon Dr Denzil Douglas
ZIZ News…February 16, 2010 – The Prime Minister the Hon Dr Denzil Douglas has today appeared on his first “Ask the Prime Minister” radio programme since his historic fourth consecutive election victory.
Speaking live on ZIZ Radio, Prime Minister Douglas thanked the public for their support in re-electing his St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party to another term in office. He also said his cabinet is fully aware of the tasks at hand to continue the development of St Kitts and Nevis.
Prime Minister Douglas said it was important to reinforce links with those across the globe to ensure the Federation’s advancement. In addition, the Prime Minister stressed that the Federation’s greatest asset was its people.
According to Prime Minister Douglas things had changed since the last edition of “Ask the Prime Minister.” He told listeners: “The last time we met we were in the heat of an election campaign. As we all know the election is over, over I emphasise. A new Government has been sworn in and for this I express my deepest appreciation to the people of St Kitts and Nevis.
“My cabinet and I know very much about the task at hand. Sharpening our focus from the social, political and economic indicators that are important to us as a nation. We are busy reviewing the human, material, cultural, financial and other resources that are at our disposal. We are also making very clear analysis and judgment in the wisest, most efficient and optimum use of the myriad of assets at our disposal in the interests of our Federation.”