The United Progressive Party has notified the Governor General that they plan to hold a picket outside his office from Tuesday to Friday.
Their objective is to express their dissatisfaction with what they perceive as a lack of progress regarding the calls for a Public Inquiry into Antigua Airways.
Attorney Leon ‘Chaku’ Symister, the UPP’s Spokesperson for Legal Affairs, stated that the picket is just one of the many actions the party intends to take to continue advocating for the establishment of a Commission of Inquiry.
Two weeks ago, the UPP delivered a petition, signed by several thousand residents, to Governor General Sir Rodney Williams, urging him to initiate a Public Inquiry into Antigua Airways, which has been embroiled in controversy since its arrival in Antigua last November.
The government responded by stating that only the Cabinet has the authority to commission an inquiry, as advised by two legal experts.
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