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An bidim lelekou apre an krèy gante-fere tjwe Jòvnel Moyiz lakay li

42enm konsit kabwatè-gouvelman nan peyi CARICOM

Breathe again

CARICOM 07 21 CARICOM 42 regular meeting CARICOM secretariat Gaston Browne antigua and Barbuda

 

 

 

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.

Caricom day G. BrowneKatel la eti’y plodaye, ka peze asou tout wach kare-peyi a ek ka fè moun wè rel wòkòkòy li.  Gaston Browne te ka plodaye asou hurakàn Elza ki pase nan Karayib la, volkan La-Soufriyè ki deblozonnen atè Senvensan-ek-Grinadin, wakle-rel-dlo  nan Gayana ek Sirinanm,  epi toumpak Covid-19 la. 16 mwa ki fini pase, fè moun wè fondokte kawbe-gouvelnaj tankon Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), Regional Security System (RSS) ek CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (CARICOM IMPACS) eti kabwatè-gouvelman Antigwa ek Barbuda a rete katjile. Ek pou’y te mete an palpa eti epi University of the West Indies (The UWI) ek CARICOM Secretariat (sobreka-kabwataj CARICOM), yo “bat nawflaw nan kare-peyi taha pou te doubout djok douvan kouri-lawonn Covid-19 la”.

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".                 

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