COMMENTARY ON GOVERNANCE BY UNITY IN ST. KITTS AND NEVIS – by CHARLES WILKIN QC | 21/3/19.

Lindsay Grant, Minister in the Unity administration, said last week that the Unity manifesto on which they were elected in 2015 was “a contract with the people” and that “Unity has delivered on almost everything in the manifesto and more”. I assume he used the word “almost” because Unity has not delivered on their fundamental contract with the people to make government and the electoral system open, transparent and accountable which it is not at present and never has been…

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WHO: 9th Global Conference on Health Promotion, Sustainable Development Goals and Good Governance (2016)

Reproduced from: http://www.who.int/healthpromotion/conferences/9gchp/resources/en/ World Health Organization Published on Nov 21, 2016 The 9th Global conference on health promotion opened on 21 November 2016, placing particular focus on the role of advancing health as part of the United Nations Development Agenda 2030. The Conference’s three main themes werer good governance, healthy cities and health literacy for health… Read More

THE GOOD GOVERNANCE AGENDA — CHARLES WILKIN QC – 31ST MAY 2018.

Yesterday in the Prime Minister’s Press Conference a member of the media said that I gave an opinion on the judgment of the High Court of England in what has become known as the Batman Case involving Peter Virdee and his business colleague. I wish to make it absolutely clear that I have given no formal… Read More

COMMENTARY ON WINNFM ON GOVERNANCE –­ CHARLES WILKIN QC 12TH JANUARY 2017.

COMMENTARY ON WINNFM ON GOVERNANCE  PDF The major issue in the Federal election of February 2015 was governance. Team Unity which won the election campaigned heavily on the need for accountability and transparency in government. In its manifesto Team Unity promised Freedom of Information, Campaign finance regulation, Integrity in Public Life and anti corruption laws;… Read More