PM Browne says gas prices likely to decrease with next fuel shipment

Prime Minister ofAntigua & Barbuda Gaston Browne

Ahead of an opposition protest today on the increases in fuel prices, Prime Minister Gaston Browne has been setting the record straight.

He says Antigua and Barbuda does not have a six months buffer on fuel increases which happen on the international market.

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  1. What in hades is wrong with Harry? It sure seems like he is being deceptive on this pricing. He needs somebody with math skills advising him. The PM has clarified this and is to be commended. He is an honourable man and an intelligent one, too. There is no doubt he’ll be PM for a long time to come. He has the support of the working class and most ordinary people. There is a certain class that hates the man, but they’ve been a blight on this land since the time of slavery. Even when VC broke the back of the plantocracy, they opposed him even then. Chuups. They’ve got a bad spirit. Too much bad mindedness.

  2. Betty’s Hope is that the PM will remain in power “for a long time to come” is probably so that she and her little piggy friends can continue to wildly gorge themselves at THE PUBLIC TROUGH of the free lunch.

    She speaks about “the plantocracy” but I’d bet that if the truth were revealed, it would be HER AND HER FRIENDS that were the ‘bad minded’, back stabbing Antiguan’s that supported the continuation of the modern plantocracy.

    Only an election can show if he has the support of the common men and women of Antigua. I think he is so out of touch with reality that he is going to be SHOCKED when the results of the election are counted.

  3. that Antigua had a reserve to last six months? Or is it August already? Time moving fast.

  4. Pm please pay the black picky head Antiguans, that do business with the government. Service providers, suppliers and contractor. Week after week people go to the treasury and walk out empty handed.

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