Tuesday 13th March, 2018 – Vincentian Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves says his government is prepared to work with whomever the electorate in Antigua and Barbuda elects to run the affairs of the country in upcoming elections.
Antigua and Barbuda will go to the polls on March 21.
Gonsalves told a news conference that he does not think that the outcome of the elections in Antigua and Barbuda would have any untoward impact on issues within the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, a grouping of close economic and political union, of which Kingstown is also a member.
The Vincentian prime minister when asked how he thinks the outcome of the election could affect regional issues said he has found that Prime Minister Gaston Browne handles the problems in his country and in the integration movement with aplomb.
However, he made clear he was not endorsing, but rather being honest about what he has seen over the last few years.
He said that his Unity Labour Party (ULP) has not endorsed any of the political parties vying for elections in the various jurisdictions.