Government House has published a schedule for the signing of the Book of Condolences for those wishing to pay respect on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth last week.
The Book of Condolences was officially opened on Saturday at Government House when Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda, Sir Rodney Williams and The Governor General’s Goodwill Emissary Lady Williams, Prime Minister Gaston Browne, the British High Commissioner and The British Resident Commissioner, represented by Kadeem Joseph as both British officials are in the UK, took turns signing.
Today, the Leader of the Opposition, Jamale Pringle as well as former Governors-General and persons who have served as Deputy Governors-General will be afforded an opportunity to sign the book.
Tuesday has been designated for present and past Members of Parliament to visit Government House and to sign the book.
Members of the Cabinet will sign in the Cabinet Room on Wednesday followed by members of the diplomatic corps that afternoon.
This Thursday and Friday and next Monday – the day of the funeral – are set aside for Senior Government Officials, charities, the Halo Foundation Inc., Halo Gen Y, the Royal Commonwealth Society and other organisations under the patronage of the Governor General and his wife, along with members of the public.