The Cabinet has also instructed the Supervisor of Elections to make the arrangements to purchase ballot paper, to acquire all other supplies necessary to conduct free and fair elections.
And to ensure that all human and material resources required to hold flawless elections are available to the Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission in quick order.
The Cabinet took a decision, acting under The Antigua and Barbuda Constitution Order 1981, to establish an Election Boundaries Commission consisting of four commissioners, three of whom are to be named by the Government and one by the Opposition.
The Government’s three Commissioners include: Hilroy Humphreys (Chairman), Garfield Christopher (Member), and Ivor Ford (Member).
The Opposition is invited to nominate one member.