More Security For Office Of The Prime Minister, Parliament

Parliament meeting online in March 2020

(Cabinet Notes) The Cabinet invited the Commissioner of Police to address the issue of improved security at the Parliament Building and the office of the Prime Minister.


The Cabinet is of the view that September 11, of nineteen years ago—having just been marked in history—reminds that there is always a need to address issues of security of the elected leaders, especially when gathered together as in parliament and Cabinet.


Heightened security checks for all persons entering the Parliament Building and the Prime Minister’s Office will be instituted immediately.

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  1. Oh yes Nigel’s Kidnappers and Assassins’ are on the loose armed and Dangerous. While you are at it beef up security for the Comptroller of Customs and The Chief Magistrate who was threatened and Blackmailed by a sitting Member of Parliament.

    • @Charmaine .. … OUCH!! you hitting hard! and bet I can bet you, they will not listen to your suggestion but strangely only their backs needs extra eyes…

      This is a strange move coming from the Cabinet and the Office of the PM!

      I thought Cutie had stated that Antigua was a peaceful and non-violent country!

      Something smells here!

    • There is a MP on the loose everyone is confused.
      There is a MP on the loose it’s all over the News.
      There is a MP on the loose even the Cabinet is confused.

  2. And who, who may I ask, are going to guard them? The police with their ancient Webley revolvers? Besides, do they really need extra protection? I’m having trouble imagining the terror organizations of the world ranking our parliament as a top target.

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