Antigua Cabinet continues negotiations with court-appointed receiver to settle severance payments to former LIAT workers



The Cabinet continues to negotiate with the LIAT court-appointed receiver to settle the severance payments owed to the former LIAT workers who resided in, and are citizens of, Antigua and Barbuda.

Every effort will be made to pay a lump sum that will represent a final payment to all former LIAT Staff resident in Antigua and Barbuda.

Last Christmas, the Gaston Browne Administration deposited 2 million Eastern Caribbean Dollars with the receiver, guaranteeing 50% of the amount owed to former employees of LIAT who are residents and citizens of Antigua and Barbuda; a significant portion remains with the receiver.

However, the Cabinet is of the view that a better response is likely this time around.

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  1. Eat them out, drink them out, take the money and vote them out. Pensioners still not paid up to date. They trying to buy the LIAT vote.

  2. Oh really? 50%? How school children saying the Fake American Executive, from the prominent local family negotiated and got 100% severance from the Guyanese Administrator all while not yet severed? Do the other execs know that? Does the government know that?
    Rumors have it that executive don’t know anything, does no work and sits and collect a monthly salary. These are the frauds who are going to fix LIAT?

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