The Government of Antigua and Barbuda says it has asked to be excluded, for now from implementing measures under Caricom which would see free movement of more classes of people.
Foreign Affairs Minister Paul ‘Chet’ Greene who represented this country at the CARICOM meeting in Trinidad last week reported on his trip to the Cabinet.
Among the most important items was the reiteration of the freedom of movement aspiration among certain categories of professional workers within the CARICOM states.
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The minister reportedly told Cabinet colleagues that Antigua may soon have to fall in line since the rules may not permit any further derogation, compelling Antigua and Barbuda to become a recipient.