Marshall postpones Branch Lyme event to avoid clash with UPP event



Due to the United Progressive Party’s scheduled political activities unusually yet again in Bolans, the St Mary’s South Branch of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party will not host the usual #SMSBranchLyme tomorrow in the interest of the protection and safety of constituents and their families.

However, we’ll resume next Saturday, 5 November 2022, at the usual time.

We admonish constituents to avoid possible confrontations, harassment, and the potential of escalated dangerous situations.

As a peaceful community, let us continue to demonstrate the democratic values and spirit of togetherness that we share and cherish with others.

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  1. SAM MARSHALL,that is what you should have done last week. Too little,too late,it is a damn pity.You did not have that foresight to envision what could happen.

  2. Thumbs up to you Samantha! You always allow wisdom to dictate & not ignorance be our guide……. Let us not forget that bcuz UPP & their supporters are losers and they have been indoctrinated with the warlike behavior of ” chop dem up”

  3. The Labour Party has a lot of ignorant illiterate supporters and I hope when labour loses the election, they do not create mayhem in Antigua. Now Samantha, I am disappointed in you for having your called branch lime last week, knowing the potential for trouble. You did the right thing and cancelled Saturdays. You are an educated woman as a trained lawyer so please don’t join the ignorant supporters and your leader, in creating mayhem in Antigua. You know better.

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