Antigua and Barbuda’s main opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) along with the ruling Antigua and Barbuda Labour – released their respective documents at events held on Monday and Tuesday, outlining plans for job creation, developing inter-regional transportation, leveraging technology for development and implementing policies for youth development.

Both parties are in search for control of the 17 seats in the Parliament and have outlined plans to further develop the medical, education and the tourism sectors among others.

The manifestos were released ahead of the January 18 general elections, which outlined policies for future socio-economic development and security of Antigua and Barbuda over the next five years.

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