January 4, 2010

Regional stability depends on better political, socio-economic management

Caribbean Congress of Labour

The Caribbean Congress of Labour (CCL) said in 2010 it hopes Caribbean governments and people will deepen their resolve to better manage their political, social and economic circumstances to create an environment of Caribbean identity and regional stability.

In a new year’s message CCL General Secretary Lincoln Lewis said Caribbean workers have been able to focus on the regional socio-economic and political framework as an integral measure of Caribbean development with the recognition that through the CSME Movement of Skilled and Semi-skilled labour the Region can be served by Caribbean nationals. However, he said, the free movement of skills impacted on some more than others and when coupled with the flight of illegal immigrants there is a potential risk affecting the countries at both the migrant and immigrant ends.

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