Prime Minister Gaston Browne to address nationals during New York Town Hall meeting  


Prime Minister Gaston Browne to address nationals during New York Town Hall meeting  


NEW YORK September 18th 2022 – Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne will host an open town hall meeting with Antiguans and Barbudans as part of his visit to New York to participate in the United Nations General Assembly.   


The Prime Minister is leading a high-level delegation to the 77th Session of the UNGA which includes Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. E. P. Chet Greene, Minister of Health, Wellness and the Environment Hon. Sir Molwyn Joseph and Minister of Education Hon. Darryl Matthew.   


It is customary that the Prime Minister uses the occasion to engage with Antiguans and Barbudans who have made the United States their home during his attendance at the crucial gathering of world leaders.   


The Town Hall Meeting will take place on Friday, September 23rd at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in the Bronx at 7:00 PM.   


The last time the Prime Minister was able to have a face-to-face meeting with members of the Antigua and Barbuda diaspora was in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the holding of usual activities.   


Prime Minister Browne is therefore eager to once again have the opportunity to connect with Antiguans and Barbudans to update them and field questions about the many developments across the twin island nation.   


The government was able to bring the country successfully through one of the worst crises of human history and the Prime Minister will share strong indicators that point to successful recovery across every sector of the country’s economy.   


The Town Hall Meeting provides a forum for Prime Minister Browne to speak directly to nationals on several matters.   


He is expected to express his gratitude to them for their support of his government, their families and friends back home during the period of crisis as well as explore other opportunities for them to play an even larger role in the country’s ongoing development.  


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  1. Hope Gaston goes to NY ready to answer questions about the $540 million secret loan. How was it spent? What was the interest rate and how can he justify this loan after chastising UPP for going to the IMF? The UPP loan was for half the amount and half of the interest rate. But there was must be strict transparency and accountability when dealing with the IMF and that doesn’t sit well with Gaston Browne obviously.

  2. Yeah right.

    You are just prompted because UPP meeting with the diaspora in New York and Miami – and you think they are one step ahead of you and thus you have become desperate, pretending that its the usual occurrence with the diaspora.
    Antiguans up to your tricks, knowing that you do not care about them, you are only concerned about foreigners and getting the foreign vote.


  3. I for one will not be wasting my time to go listen to his BS. Psychophants like Dave Ray and the babysitter from New Jersey can go listen to him. When Lovell come up to address the diaspora, I will be present.

    • The fake Doctor Ray will be there to receive his diaspora ambassador title finally. I don’t care how much Labour party I love no one could’ve treated me like a dog and I still running behind them. The last time Gaston met with the Antiguans and Barbudans in NY the fake Doctor was announced as the diaspora ambassador a title he never received, he is still waiting on his instruments eight years later. What a useful idiot!

  4. To show your disgust with his administration of the affairs of the State of Antigua and Barbuda. No show up!

    If you like to be lied too. Then sit in the church pew and take in excrement that will come out of his mouth.

    You have a choice!



  6. Look how Harold Lovell getting totally overshadowed..
    Big up PM Browne- the best fit for Antigua and Barbuda Next Level Development.
    I’m voting ABLP

    • “Next Level Development” … ?! @ Jahson Bill’s, can you please enlighten the rest of us about Gaston “Mi Soon Come” Browne’s current success at the “first” level in Antigua?

      We look forward to your defence of ABLP’S wayward policies that have damaged the country!

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