ST KITTS AND NEVIS is looking to make some changes to its Economic Citizenship Programme, in the face of concerns voiced by countries including Canada and the
The twin-island state’s new Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris made this admission yesterday, on the fringes of a meeting of the Regional Security System’ (RSS) Council of Ministers at the Hilton Barbados resort.
“We at home are working post-haste to revamp the programme to institute some control measures which we think will reduce incidence of risk to our programme and to our partners internationally and we are confident,” he commented.
“In December 2014 an independent investigation was done of the programme. We are studying that report from a credible and respectable entity that has itself been involved in due diligence…
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