Antigua’s Prime Minister Leaves unfinished business at CARICOM MEETING

Antigua’s Prime Minister has returned to his country Wednesday morning, leaving unfinished business at the Ongoing Meeting of the 38th Meeting of Heads of Government of CARICOM.
According to Sources, Browne ‘s action comes on the heels of Prime Minister Keith Mitchell’s statements at the Opening ceremony on Tuesday in St. George’s relating to State of Affairs of West Indies Cricket in Which Prime Minister Mitchell said ” The State of Affairs of Cricket , is a failure to all who call themselves West Indians.”
However a publication coming out of Antigua Observer claim that the Regional Leader returned home as a result of an emergency.
Releasing a statement to the CMC he said ” Antigua and Barbuda as a matter of principle does not interfere in the internal affairs of institutions, and governments that are governed by democratically elected officials.”


When asked the reason for his return Browne told  Antigua Observer Media it was because of “urgent business of state”.

In the Meantime ,Foreign Affairs Charles ‘Max’ Fernandez, Ambassador Colin Murdoch, Ambassador Clarence Henry and Foreign Service Officer Babu Browne remain in Grenada to represent Antigua and Barbuda at the summit.

Browne, in a statement to the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC), said the governance of West Indies cricket “appears to be an evocative romanticism of a particular Caribbean head”.