42enm konsit kabwatè-gouvelman nan peyi CARICOM
06 juillet 2021
St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda: Kabwatè-politik CARICOM, Gaston Browne eti se kabwatè-gouvelman Antigwa ek Barbuda, kriye woulo pou anchay kawbe-gouvelnaj ki doubout pou CARICOM se pran van plen-ponmon. Nan an plodari eti’y voye nan dekou 42enm konsit se kabwatè-gouvelman peyi-CARICOM lan, yè Lendi 5 Jwiye, kabwatè-gouvelman Antigwa ek Barbuda a depenn an blo “toumvan” ekonomi, sosial, laliwonn, lahan-palantje-ekonomi ek rete-doubout-djann eti kare-peyi a ni pou doubout douvan’y.
Vire-pran kare-peyi a apre banbann Covid-19 ke kòdjòm si ni mete-nan-brann kabeche-djezinen ek nèfte, ek ke mete “se-le-djoubake yonn-a-lòt nou” nan doum-apiye pou kore towblip ekonomi an. "Lèspri yonn-a-lòt eti fè nou tjenbe nawflaw nan jere banbann rete-doubout-djann lan nan kare-peyi-caricom lan, ni pou bay nan kare-mete-nan-brann ekonomi an, pou nou ke pe, se pa anni rive chape kò nou men dekatonnen ek sòti la pi djok pase avan", se sa kabwatè-politik CARICOM lan ki fini pran lanmen pou sis mwa ka vini apre kabwataj politik keith Rowley a, eti se kabwatè-gouvelman Trinidad ek Tobago.
Se pou Gaston Browne te apiye asou sa eti sa fondok pou kare-peyi a se vire nan wach lavi-toulehou eti’y te ye a, nan apiye asou mete-nan-brann ekonomi an ek antipilaj ale-vini moun. "Sa fondalnatal wè se ekonomi nou an pran van plen ponmon yo, wè djoubak-genyen-lavi moun bay longsay, wè yich nou vire pran chimen-lekol ek an bagay ki ka sanm an lavi kòdjòm vire ka bay nan se djoubaktwa nou an, nan se kawbe-eyala-drivajè nou an, nan se lekol nou an, nan se jaden nou an ek tout larestan wach-lavi nou. Nan se ekonomi nou an eti fondase anlè kare-mete-nan-brann drivayaj la, vire-pran se pasay an-peyi-karayib-pou-anlòt la poto-mitan nan tout vire-kòdjòm kare-mete-nan-brann ekonomi an. An antipilaj ale-vini moun nan kare-peyi nou an te ke an bay-balan djok ba se ekonomi no an eti nan chimen pimpe".
Ale li nan CARICOM Today
STATEMENT by Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community
The Heads of Government are shocked and saddened by the assassination of a member of the CARICOM family, His Excellency Jovenel Moise, during the early hours of 7 July 2021. They are concerned by the condition of his wife, the First Lady, Her Excellency Martine Moise, who was gravely wounded in the attack, and wish her a full and speedy recovery. Heads of Government strongly condemn this abhorrent and reprehensible act that comes at a time of deep turmoil and institutional weakness in the country. They called for the perpetrators to be apprehended and brought to justice, and for law and order to prevail.
In accordance with its values, as expressed in its Charter of Civil Society, the Caribbean Community does not settle its differences by violence which undermines democracy and the rule of law, but peacefully through dialogue and recourse to democratic institutions.
In light of Haiti’s Membership of CARICOM and the family ties that bind the people of Haiti and CARICOM together, CARICOM expresses its willingness to play a lead role in facilitating a process of national dialogue and negotiation to help the Haitian people and their institutions to craft an indigenous solution to the crisis.
They call on the people of Haiti to remain calm, and to overcome their differences and unite at this moment of national peril.
Heads of Government extend condolences to the family of President Moise, and the Government and People of Haiti.
As a mark of respect, the Member States of the Community and the CARICOM Secretariat will fly their national flags and the CARICOM Standard at half-mast for three days beginning immediately, as well as on the day of the funeral.
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