The Antigua and Barbuda Government Looking for A Better relationship With Religous Groups In the Country

Prime Minister Hon. Gaston Browne met recently with the Antigua Christian Council and the Ecclesiastical Commission .
The PM apologetically expressed to the ACC for not having the Council involved sooner and commits to having a better working relationship with the Christian Community.
Moving forward an amended act was put in place that there would not be any sales of any alcoholic beverages on Good Friday in Antigua & Barbuda. From midnight Thursday to midnight Good Friday there will be NO ALCOHOL SALES!
Also, the Ecclesiastical Commission will be informed of all new and forthcoming proposed legislations and amendments to penetrate for review and discussion to the Christian Community. Along with Campaign Reform and Code of Ethics to be presented and reviewed.

Prime Minister statted that when it comes to governance, transparency, and accountability anything that the two organisations think that his administration is not forthcoming with, they should let him know.
In conclusion, Min. William Dorsett Exec. Chairman of the Ecclesiastical Commission and Rev. Derrick Browne Director of the Antigua Christian Council both thanked the Hon. Gaston Browne for meeting with members of the Christian Community.

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