Saint Vincent Opposition Determined to Introduce CIP if Elected

Speaking during a radio broadcast in Saint Vincent & the Grenadines (SVG) this Wednesday, leader of the country’s main political opposition party – Dr. Godwin Friday – reaffirmed his party’s intention to introduce a citizenship by investment program (CIP) should they form a government. Commenting on the OECD’s recent “blacklisting” of RCBI-jurisdictions, Friday dismissed concerns

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CBI-Debate Heats up in Saint Vincent: Fund Govt. With CIP, Not Debt, Says Opposition

In Saint Vincent & the Grenadines – the only independent OECS-country still not offering citizenship by investment owing to the incumbent administration’s persistent opposition to CBI on ideological grounds – the debate over whether to introduce a CIP has been raging over the last week. In recent years, the ruling Unity Labor Party (ULP) has repeatedly

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As St Vincent Opposition Calls for CIP-launch, PM Remains Defiant on Ideological Grounds

In Saint Vincent & The Grenadines (SVG), the only sovereign OECS-country that doesn’t offer a citizenship by investment program (CIP), the question of whether a program will open remains starkly dichotomous: If the incumbent party remains in power, a CIP is out of the question; If the opposition gains control, the launch of a CIP

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“We Have Lost Billions” By Not Having a CIP Says Saint Vincent Opposition

The ruling Unity Labour Party of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has remained obstinate in its rejection of calls by the opposition to open a citizenship by investment program (CIP) akin to that operated by five of its CARICOM neighbor countries. The head of the main opposition, the New Democratic Party, now says the country

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