MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, January 4, 2023 - Despite widespread concerns expressed by Caribbean leaders, it has become rather pellucid that the United States has very little intention of doing anything to stop the supply of illegal guns flowing to the Caribbean.
ST. JOHNS, Antigua and Barbuda, January 27, 2023 - English-speaking Caribbean countries that have instituted a Citizenship by Investment Programme, CIP, are to be investigated by the United Kingdom, with a view to determine the extent to which those programs undermine the Security of the UK.
ST.JOHNS' Antigua, January 27, 2023 - Prime Minister Gaston Browne says any “man or woman” who wants to challenge his leadership within his Cabinet and who believes that they can try to overthrow him to become prime minister will need to think again.
KINGSTON, Jamaica January 11, 2022 - Opposition Leader Mark Golding has again written to Legal and Constitutional Affairs Minister Marlene, Malahoo-Forte, emphasizing the need for Jamaica to address both the move towards being a republic and to accede to the CCJ as the country’s final court of appeal, as equally important.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 11, 2023 - After taking seven months to respond to Opposition Leader Mark Golding’s letter seeking clarity regarding the establishment of the Constitutional Reform Committee, Minister of Legal and Constitutional Affairs Marlene Malahoo-Forte says she is disappointed that Mr. Golding has declined to name opposition members of parliament to the committee.
CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana - Tuesday, 10 January 2023: The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has responded to the invitation extended by the Government of Antigua and Barbuda to mount a CARICOM Election Observation Mission (CEOM) to observe the General Elections scheduled for 18 January 2023.
ST. JOHNS, Antigua, January 9, 2023 - Independent candidate for St Peter Asot Michael plans to be “kingmaker” should there be a close result in the January 18 election in that there is a narrow majority on each side.
ST. JOHNS, Antigua, January 8, 2022- As Antiguans prepare to go to the polls to elect a new government on Wednesday January 18, the opposition United Progressive Party (UPP), has published its campaign manifesto highlighting its seven pillars for relief, recovery and shared prosperity for Antiguans should the party be elected.
ST. JOHNS, Antigua, January 8, 2022- As Antiguans prepare to go to the polls to elect a new government on Wednesday January 18, the Gaston Browne administration has adopted a campaign promise of the opposition United Progressive Party (UPP), to eliminate work permits for CARICOM nationals and citizens of the Dominican Republic.
KINGSTON, Jamaica. January 3, 2023 - Noting that the issue of National Security is the most important agenda item for any future Vale Royal Talks, PNP President and Opposition Leader Mark Golding has put forward a proposed list of national imperatives he wants to be included on the agenda.