Three former United Progressive Party Ministers accused of using three buses donated by the government of Korea for their own personal and financial benefit will go to trial on June 14.
Harold Lovell, Willmoth Daniel and Dr Jacqui Quinn, who are facing criminal charges of corruption, fraud, larceny and embezzlement, have all pleaded not guilty.
The three former ministers were charged in October 2019, two years after Magistrate Conliffe Clarke dismissed the case, which has to do with three Daewoo buses worth more than $600,000 that were donated to the former UPP administration by South Korea.
It is alleged that while they were in public office, the trio converted the buses for their personal use and had them registered at the Antigua and Barbuda Transport Board in their names.
The three have always maintained their innocence and confidence that they will be vindicated.