Minister of Barbuda Affairs the Hon. Arthur Nibbs said he will be doing all in his power to persuade his constituency to go the route of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).
The Minister was speaking during a meeting between the Barbuda Council and a visiting delegation from the National Coordinating Committee held at the Council office in Codrington on Wednesday.
According to Minister Nibbs he is fully committed’ to the CCJ and he will ensure that his constituents are also as committed.
He also expressed the view that the major political parties should be intimately involved in the Public Education Campaign as it is not just the job of the National Coordinating Committee (NCC).
The NCC team is visiting Codrington for a series of engagements with the people of Barbuda as part of the public education campaign on the Caribbean Court of Justice and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
The team is led by NCC Chairman, Ambassador Dr. Clarence Henry, Chairman of the CCJ Trust Fund, Dr Linton Lewis, ABEC Public Relations Officer, Anne Harewood George, and Secretary of the NCC, Barbara Williams.