The National Coordinating Committee has its work cut out for it as it prepares Antigua and Barbuda to vote in a referendum on the Caribbean Court of Justice. A constitutional lawyer and former attorney general of Grenada, Francis Alexis QC, is helping Antigua and Barbuda with its preparations.Read More »
Minister Of Legal Affairs And Attorney General, Steadroy “Cutie” Benjamin Is Giving A Thumbs Up To The National Campaign On The Caribbean Court Of Justice (CCJ).
Minister of Legal Affairs and Attorney General, Steadroy “Cutie” Benjamin is giving a thumbs up to the national campaign on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). The campaign is designed to assist members of the public in making a decision on whether or not the CCJ should replace the Privy Council as the country’s final Court of Appeal. The likelihood ...Read More »
“The appointment procedure and the financial arrangements of the CCJ form part of a model that can be replicated and used as a best practice globally”. That’s the view of the Political Leader of the United Progressive Party, Senator Harold Lovell. While speaking at the launch of the public education campaign of on the Caribbean Court of Justice, Senator Lovell, ...Read More »
As the public campaign on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) enters day three, media professionals were given special focus today. A seminar at the Halcyon Hotel provided participants with a better understanding of the workings of the CCJ so ultimately they can benefit their audiences with accurate information.Read More »
Youth Converge At The St John’s Pentecostal Church To Receive Enlightenment On The Caribbean Court Of Justice…..
It was over to the youth of the nation today (Fri). The message of the CCJ was shared with students from several secondary schools at a National Youth Forum at the St. John’s Pentecostal House of Restoration. The session followed Thursday’s launch of a campaign to educate every household about the Caribbean Court of Justice before citizens are asked to ...Read More »
Government Is Now In Possession Of The Facility Earmarked For The University Of Antigua After A Formal Signing Ceremony With The Chinese Today…
The Chinese government has officially handed over the facility that is envisaged to become the University of Antigua, to the Government of Antigua and Barbuda. At a formal ceremony today (Fri), attended by a number of key officials, documents were also signed, signaling the completion of renovation work at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.Read More »
Differences that more often or not get in the way of progress have been put aside, and the political leadership of the nation are united behind the adoption of the Caribbean Court of Justice as Antigua and Barbuda’s court of last resort. Government and opposition rallied their troupes behind a common cause Thursday morning. The occasion was the launch of ...Read More »
Port Manager, Darwin Telemaque, Is Optimistic That Caribbean Countries Will Soon Honour A Single Economic Space……
Port Manager, Darwin Telemaque, is optimistic that Caribbean countries will soon honour a single economic space. Telemaque was recently elected as the Chairman of the OECS Port Management Committee at the inaugural meeting of the body. He stressed the importance of streamlining and managing all systems to have seamless transactions from one port to the next. During the four-day event, ...Read More »
There’s Sponsorship For The National Coordinating Committee On The CCJ, As It Prepares To Engage The Youth In A Forum Later This Week…
APUA Inet has partnered with the National Coordinating Committee in hosting the National Youth Forum to inform young people about the Caribbean Court of Justice. The forum will be held on Friday. It forms part of an educational drive that will be launched later today (THUR), aimed at helping the public to make an informed decision on whether to make ...Read More »
Wendell Robinson has been confirmed in the position as commissioner of police, reward for what the country’s Minister of National Security is describing as a job well done. The fight for gender equity and equality continues as Antigua and Barbuda, today (Tuesday), joined the rest of the world in commemorating International Women’s Day. Under the theme “Plant 50/50 by 2030-Step ...Read More »