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Minister Ernest Hilaire expressed views on tourism and criticism

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Saint Lucia: Ernest Hilaire, the tourist minister of Saint Lucia, said in his recent appearance about his beliefs on the tourism industry that can reduce the number of people with criticism if it is built around the growth of the people and also serve their benefits on Monday, 11 March.

Ernest Hilaire who is the deputy prime minister of Saint Lucia and also looks over the responsibilities of the tourism sector of the nation shared his views in a press briefing in a regular pre-cabinet appearance.

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Minister Ernest Hilaire, stated in his speech that how it is necessary for people to know about the economic point of view of tourism that plays a crucial role in their betterment with the growth of the nation.

He said that it would be an optimistic approach to the progress of the nation if common people understand the facts and necessities of the steps taken by the government and authorities in the sector, and the work is going on in that direction.

The government in the tourism sector is taking firm steps in the direction of tourism in Saint Lucia while involving the common people in the way of progress under the guidance of PM Philip J Pierre.

Minister Ernest Hilaire also mentioned about this approach of the government in the sector and how investments are granted in a way that can benefit people through community tourism and more such policies.

He said, “We have to show the people of Saint Lucia that they will also get huge benefits from tourism. That is why we are building infrastructure with more hotels and other service providers that will pay higher salaries to our people so that they can people can benefit more.”

Minister Ernest Hilaire also added in his speech while expressing, “So we must fight for them, we must fight for better salaries, we must fight for more opportunities.”

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In this statement, he said how he promoted a similar method of tourism and introduced a national education campaign when he joined the PM cabinet as a minister in the beginning.

Hilaire expressed his intention and stated, “That is the kind of tourism sector we want, and I think the more we can achieve that, the fewer criticising people we will have.”

Minister Ernest Hilaire marked tourism on the island nation as the natural resource of Saint Lucia which is nothing less than oil and diamonds found around the globe. He also mentioned about the nature and beauty of the island which is one of the primary points of attraction for tourists.

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