Prime Minister Gaston Browne has yet again hinted at general elections in Antigua.
This is his latest comment on the polls constitutionally due in 2023.
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This further underscores the need for Fixed Date elections so that Prime Ministers will stop joking with the people about the date for the callings of elections. This pappy show must stop.
@Charles Tabor…I couldn’t agree with you more.
Did you say the same thing to Baldwin Spencer when he(the UPP) was the first to call the election after 5 years- 5 years and 3 months to be exact.
Y’all ah so really hypocrites
Hurry up and call it..
What’s the hold up??
So we getting water soon too. Having to wash my clothes at 3am is tiiring. I need to wash my mask ‘n dem for de number ah people who deading from covid
INDEPENDENCE DAY IS COMING SOON.CHRISTMAS DAY,BOXING DAY,VC BIRD DAY,CARNIVAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY ARE ALL COMING SOON. AT LEAST THOSE DAYS MENTIONED HAVE FIXED DATES. WHAT TIME IS SOON? WHY ELECTIONS INNA ANTIGUA NO HAB WAN FIX DATE?
Gaston, call it nah. This too shall pass when we see the back of you. Enough damage is done. It will be irreversible if you don’t leave soon.
Bye bye birdie.
What a joke PM u Tek people Fu FOOL u time a come to an end PAPPY SHOW
It appears only when the shoe is on the other foot some people want certain thing done differently and then hypocritically make generalization. Where in the commonwealth do they have fixed date election or what does it take of a/our legislature to do so? Politicians and their cronies will continue to make a mockery of some of the citizens. Every three months should be election so we the people can get some of the basic needs addressed and remedied.
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