UPP CallS On Government To Go Futher With regards To Plastics

As the United Nations and the Government of Norway recognize Antigua & Barbuda’s achievement in banning harmful plastics, the United Progressive Party (UPP) is challenging Environment Minister Molwyn Joseph and the Antigua Labour Party Administration to go further.

The UPP calls attention to the number of light poles that are still wrapped in red plastic more than one year after the General Elections of March 2018. A drive between the Southern villages and Fig Tree Drive will reveal that, as well as plastic, many of these poles are still plastered with political posters that do nothing to enhance the environment.

As the United Nations and the Government of Norway recognize Antigua & Barbuda’s achievement in banning harmful plastics, the United Progressive Party (UPP) is challenging Environment Minister Molwyn Joseph and the Antigua Labour Party Administration to go further.

The UPP calls attention to the number of light poles that are still wrapped in red plastic more than one year after the General Elections of March 2018. A drive between the Southern villages and Fig Tree Drive will reveal that, as well as plastic, many of these poles are still plastered with political posters that do nothing to enhance the environment.

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