The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has strongly condemned the Opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) for its recent call for CIP suspension.
The UPP’s call was made in light of the Canadian Government’s decision to revoke visa free access for Antiguan and Barbudan citizens. However, Founding member of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Anthony Stuart has described the UPP’s call as irresponsible.
He further questioned the moral authority of the UPP to lay blame in regards to the CIP as the so-called mismanagement of the program begun under their tenure.
Stuart while making mention to the UPP’s reference to a referendum noted that the party cannot be taken seriously.