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THE FEDERATION'S SIXTH FORMERS GET READY FOR LIDC 2006
February 21, 2006

Nevis and Montserrat will lead off on the first night of the 34th annual Leeward Islands Debating Competition (LIDC) which will be held in Antigua and Barbuda later this month.

The topic that will be debated is,“Business Monopolies have done more harm than good to the development of Caribbean countries”.

The competition will see debating teams from St. Kitts, Anguilla, Nevis, St. Maarten, Montserrat and Antigua & Barbuda in a battle for

the title of LIDC Champions.

Other issues such as the impact of the Caricom Single Market & Economy on small island states, sexuality in teens and the validity of marriage in the modern world will be among the topics being debated.

LIDC 2006 will run nightly from 23–26 February, at the Multipurpose Exhibition & Cultural Centre at Perry Bay.

The competition is a major event and up to 200 supporters from the five external participating territories are expected to travel to Antigua for the event.

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