ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The Antigua and Barbuda government will present the 2022 national budget to Parliament on February 3, amid mounting speculation that Prime Minister Gaston Browne will call a general election ahead of the 2023 constitutional deadline.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Prime Minister Mia Mottley Monday announced a new cabinet, while offering two seats in the Senate to the opposition parties as she begins a new five-year term in government following her Barbados Labour Party (BLP) whitewash of its adversaries in the January 19 general election.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The main opposition Democratic Labour Party (DLP), will be electing a new president in April, following the party’s devastating loss in Wednesday’s general election Speaking to the media on Friday , the DLP’s interim president, Steve Blackett in confirming the resignation of Verla De Peiza as president, added that a special conference will be held in mid-April to elect a new president.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Senate has passed the “Haiti Development, Accountability, and Institutional Transparency Initiative Act,”, or HR. 2471, which measures the progress of post-disaster recovery and promotes efforts to address corruption, governance, rule of law and media freedoms in the French-speaking Caribbean country.
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