St Johns, Antigua, Feb 22, 2019 – The Tourism Licensing and Classification Act passed in Parliament this week will help Antigua and Barbuda meet the service requirements of tourists from around the world That’s according to former Tourism Minister Asot Michael: “As I have said in this
St Johns, Antigua, Feb 22, 2019 – Government MP Asot Michael says the failure of the United Progressive Party government to address the issue of visitor harassment was a major setback for Antigua and Barbuda’s cruise tourism business. According to the former Tourism Minister shortly after the
Mr. Speaker Let me first of all commend the Attorney General for putting this bill before us for its second and third readings in the very first meeting of parliament after the budget debate You will recall, Mr. Speaker, that in the budget debate on February 1st, 2019, I lamented the fact that
I offer my sincerest condolences to the family of Dame Yvonne Maginley, Antigua and Barbuda’s beloved broadcaster, cultural enthusiast and iconic tourism professional from the nineteen fifties who left us for her place in the great beyond on Sunday January 27th, 2019. In her life and times in
St. Johns, Antigua, February1st, 2019 – Antigua and Barbuda Parliamentarian Hon. Asot Michael says he will bow out of politics if the constituency he represents continues to be a target of ruling party victimization and discrimination. According to the St. Peter’s MP, the people of his
St. Johns, Antigua, February1st, 2019 – Government MP Hon. Asot Michael wants the Gaston Browne administration to stop allowing protection of a state-owned telecommunication company to prevent it from reforming the legal and regulatory landscape for telecommunications in the country. “For the
St. Johns, Antigua, February1st, 2019 – Former Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Minister Hon. Asot Michael says he will not contest the next general election in Antigua and Barbuda if the constituency he represents continues to be marginalized and discriminated against. According to the St.
St. Johns, Antigua, February1st, 2019 – Former Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Minister Hon. Asot Michael is lamenting the delays in enacting tourism standards legislation to protect the integrity and growth potential of the tourism industry. In his contribution to the 2019 Budget Debate Hon.
St. Johns, Antigua, February1st, 2019 – Former Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Minister Hon. Asot Michael is describes the 2019 Budget Statement of Prime Minister Hon. Gaston Browne as an excellent report on successful democratic governance in Antigua and Barbuda. In his contribution to the
Well said my brother am really proud of you stand up for us it’s been t0o long – Ikah Grayman Good Night my brother, We’re so proud of the way you handle them in parliament. You have your support, Any action you will want to take. – St. Peter Constituent Well