Commissioner thanks public for peaceful elections

Commissioner of Police - Atlee P. Rodney



St. Johns, January 25th, 2023

Commissioner of Police, Mr. Atlee Rodney is thanking the general public for the peaceful and orderly manner everyone conducted themselves during the recently contested January 18 general elections in Antigua and Barbuda.

The commissioner is reporting that the entire process was seamless with hardly any incidents, from the opening to the closing of the polls, up to the final counting of the ballots in all constituencies.

He said, “I was particularly pleased with the high level of maturity and patience exhibited by members of the public at all of the polling stations on the day of the election”. “The respect shown towards each other was at an all-time high, and it clearly shows that we can exercise our democratic rights without being disrespectful or disruptive.” The commissioner believes the peaceful outcome would not have been possible without the general support and cooperation coming from everyone involved.

Mr. Rodney is also commending the Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission-ABEC and the media for the professional way they carried out their responsibilities.

He is also expressing special thanks and appreciation to every member of the Police Force for performing exceptionally well during the entire period.


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  1. Rodney,what did you introduced to stem any violence in the Elections process.It had not one darn thing to do with you and your Force.It had to do with the Law Abiding Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda.

  2. A bet if UPP did win the Election.
    Alp people would a cause plenty problem.
    Which me glad them win.
    So that they can try to clean up all them mess them make.

  3. These foreigners are annoying to no end. When did Antigua ever have violence during an election? Antiguans are civilized people. This is not Guyana, Jamaica, or dominican republic. We’ve had an elected parliament on this island for almost 400 years without anybody getting killed.

    • Ouch somebody like them put a lick in this national big toe r three or more men from the specified countries jump in his oman hole haha! You sound Lakka UPP sooooo with aru racial RH talking bout “them foreigners”

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