Analysts say give independents an ear

Antiguans and Barbudans are being urged to take after their neighbours in the Cayman Islands and lend an ear to the cases put forward by independent electoral candidates. Nine independent candidates swept into office in the recent Cayman Islands general elections – challenging the control of established political parties.

The central question of this discussion is whether independent candidates could have similar success in Antigua & Barbuda. Our guests are:

  1. Former Cabinet Secretary, former Chief Immigration Officer, former Deputy Supervisor of Elections and current host of Radio Cayman’s ‘For the Record’ programme, Orrett Connor (joining us from the Cayman Islands).

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