PM says Asot’s future dependent on outcome of litigation (VIDEO)

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Antigua's PM Asot Michael report

Antigua's PM: No room for Asot Michael in my cabinet. To watch more St. Kitts and Nevis TV news, log on to www.sknnewsline.com and also download our Android mobile app. Search SKN Newsline in Google Play store.

Posted by SKN Newsline on Friday, May 18, 2018

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Why is the government of Antigua and Barbuda relying on a foreign government to address Asot Michael’s actions? The solicitation of a bribe as reflected in the transcripts that form part of the UK court documents is a violation of the Code of Conduct enshrined in Anrigua and Barbuda’s Integrity in Public Life legislation. So why hasn’t it triggered an investigation by the relevant agency here in Antigua? How does the PM reconcile the lack of action with his self-professed adherence to the highest standards of transparency and accountability?

  2. Lol lol all i want for gadton to do is investigate the E books then i will understand if u trying to get ridof CORRUPTION if not jist kool ….everyone including you know who ASOT,big bird,robin ,molwyn and ant micheal browne is just please investigate the E books……..And if u continue to have asot around your party u are also included in what he is implicated in because we know he share the spoils

  3. Asscot.should call out all them involved they want to use him as scapegoat.call name 👦 boy you not a bald head and you are not drunk and not dunce head call the names.

  4. I am always amazed that whenever we have these scandals surfacing in other countries there are never any crimes committed in Antigua & Barbuda. Not the in the Stanford Bank scandal; the John Ashe scandal; the Ulebeixh scandal; or the PV energy scandal. Somehow Antigua remains crime free. God bless Antigua.

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