Press Release

  • ABLP Response to APUA Troubles To Pay Salaries The Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) has written to its monthly-paid staff to inform that salaries will be late, once again! The letter to all monthly-paid workers, dated May 30 2014, informs staff that APUA has collected so very little revenue in May 2014 that it is unable to meet its obligation prior to the ...
  • ABLP’s Michael Browne Invites Talks with Quinn-Leandro The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) spokesperson on education, Michael Browne, is inviting the United Progressive Party education spokesperson, Jacqui Quinn-Leandro for a conversation on the education. Browne was on a local television show last week talking about education when Quinn-Leandro was interview immediately after. During her interview, Quinn-Leandro was critical of several of the ...
  • How Far Will Spencer and the UPP Go To Win an Election Already Appearing Lost There are more questions than answers. People have a legitimate right to ask questions of their representatives and the candidates that keep lots of noises in attempts to woo would-be voters in Antigua and Barbuda. Caribbean Times understands that one burning question that has become part of the popular discourse at this time is: how far ...
  • Gaston Browne on Spencer’s Failed Leadership Assuming that leadership matters, it is striking that Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer’s overall performances are best described as dismal. This is the concerted view of his political opponents in the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP). Caribbean Times reproduces the charge made by the ABLP’s political leader Gaston Browne, speaking at a political meeting and ...
  • Government Borrows More Money Less than two weeks before general elections, the Antigua and Barbuda government has continued its reckless borrowing of money. On Thursday, the government resorted to its practice of borrowing money by issuing bonds on the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange. This time, the government raised over $17 million dollars on the exchange. The offer was oversubscribed as ...
  • Media Statement: APUA is in deep trouble OFFICE OF THE LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION                                                                                                                                 May 31 2014 MEDIA STATEMENT                 The Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) has written to its monthly-paid staff to inform that salaries will be late, once again! The letter to all monthly-paid workers, dated May 30 2014, informs staff that APUA has collected so very little revenue in May 2014 ...
  • APUA delays Salary Credit ?!?!?
  • ABLP: Prime Minister and Deputy Still Cannot Speak to Track Record by Caribtimes.com The UPP continues to character assassinate the leaders of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party in a desperate attempt to signal fear into the voters ahead of the June 12th Elections. It is unfortunate that they will stoop to the gutter politics rather than standing on a platform that speaks to their successful track ...
  • Who is Peter Wickham ? Last week in reaction to the most recent CADRES poll, the UPP spin machinery launched a “political broadside” on this author in an attempt to suggest that CADRES’ predictions were either flawed on account of a poor methodology or were inspired by “ill-intentions”grounded in our support for one of the political parties.  Naturally neither of ...
  • Michael Browne and Others Give Labour’s Legacy of Empowerment There was a large turnout at Mock Pond last evening in support of the All Saints East & St. Luke candidate, Colin “Tin Tin” James. The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) speakers spoke very clearly on the strong bonds of inter-relations between the people and the party, and the impact the party has had ...
  • Browne Predicts Big Win Two of the seats held by the United Progressive Party (UPP) in the last parliament will go the way of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party in the June 12 general elections, suggests Gaston Browne. Speaking at an ABLP rally in Mock Pond, All Saints, Tuesday night, the political leader of the ABLP, Gaston Browne, ...
  • The Economy: A UPP Failure by Everton Barnes The United Progressive Party (UPP) is a political party with one major characteristic; it fails to accept any responsibility for anything that happened under its watch. So when Antigua and Barbuda economy declined by twenty-five percent over a three year period (figures provided by the Economic Council for Latin America and the Caribbean ...
  • Gaston Browne, Recapture Our Country from 10 Years of Misery The Political Leader of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party, Gaston Browne, delivered an address demonstrating that he is able and ready to take charge of the country’s affairs and, to lead a team of competent individuals for the restoration and resuscitation of the Antigua and Barbuda economy. He reminded the gathering that we cannot ...
  • ABLP: Moving Forward in Unity The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party held its convention to ratify its candidates for the upcoming General Elections on June 12, 2014 under the theme “Moving Forward in Unity. “ The Chairman of the Party, Paul “Chet” Greene, candidate for St. Paul, gave brief remarks highlighting that if we Antiguans and Barbudans do not get ...
  • Rural South Meeting Gallery Without a doubt Lake is the best for Rural South
  • ID Cards Coming with Nomination Wednesday, May 21st is a significant day in the political lives of many Antiguans and Barbudans. Firstly, it is nomination day for the candidates and secondly, it is the day on which the distribution of voter identification cards begins. Antiguans and Barbudans go to the polls on June 12th, 2014. Public Relations Officer for the Antigua ...
  • Media Statement Media Statement The Leader of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP), the Honourable Gaston Browne, calls upon the leader of the United Progressive Party (UPP), Mr. Baldwin Spencer, to explain the conditions and terms controlling the sale or transfer of Government’s interest in the Cedar Valley Golf Course. A recent news item reports that all ...
  • St. Paul’s English Harbour Office Opening On Sunday May 18th Labourites from near and far gathered for the official opening of the St. Paul’s Constituency Headquarters in English Harbour. The resounding support from the English Harbour and St. Paul’s community at large spoke volumes as to the fate of St. Paul’s which was lost by 93 votes in the last general election. [easy-media ...
  • ABLP Ready for Change, Ready to Rebuild The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) is saying to the nation that with too many of our fellow Antiguans and Barbudans out of work and an economy that simply isn’t creating enough jobs, it is time to bring change to our government, and vote in the ABLP. After 10 years in power, Baldwin Spencer and ...
  • Gaston Browne’s Inclusive Society, A Rebuilding Remedy for National Development “National transformation and upliftment,” according to Gaston Browne will be a key feature in the Government he expects to lead from around mid-June this year. This would naturally involve people-oriented national development based on the prospects he outlined for an Antigua and Barbuda inclusive society. Social inclusion is not, however, just a response to exclusion ...