With the death of Queen Elizabeth many countries have begun the process of moving away from the English monarchy.
However, it seems that in Antigua and Barbuda we continue to move in the opposite direction.
irst it was the Birds, then the Marshalls, then the Hursts, with the St. Luce’s and Yearwood next.
ALL ABLP with the exception of Sean Bird.
It seems as if they think it is their birthright.
Abena St. Luce is waiting to replace Melford.
And now Robin Yearwood’s son is setting up to replace his father.
Last year he published a terrible and unbalanced rant against his sister which went viral.
Is this really the type of person we want in our Parliament?
He does not live here.
He was born in the UK and came here now and then throughout his life. Like his father he has contributed nothing to the St. Phillip’s North constituency.
While Robin Senior has been elected time after time, due to the strength of the ABLP, no one can point to one thing that he has done for the constituency.
That is his legacy.
Is there no one else in the country who can represent us?
Of course, the father is pushing his son in this direction so that a Yearwood can be there to protect all the business interest nests that he has established.
Please no more family rights to our government.
Disgusted D. Warner