Democratic National Alliance member Gameal Joyce has left the party.
According to a press release from the DNA, Joyce tendered their resignations from the Party following separate discussions held with the Political Leader.
Party Leader Joanne Massiah stated, “our respective discussions were frank, amicable and respectful as always. Their contributions to the DNA are memorable and I have always welcomed and respected their independence and tenacity. Politics is fluid and dynamic and the very essence of democracy will always present opportunities for shifts, realignment and change.”
The DNA said it will continue to grow and evolve as a political movement and will continue to champion the principles of Transformational Leadership, Good Governance, Accountability and Transparency in public life.
“We remain committed to our motto, “Prosperity for All”, and our unshakeable belief that a better Antigua and Barbuda is possible. We wish our former colleagues well in their future endeavors,” Massiah said.
Last week Louis Rivera announced his resignation from the party.
Chairwoman Malaka Parker, First Vice President Bruce Goodwin, Secretary General Gatesworth James, and DNA’s mobilization officer Kelton Dalso all resigned from the party leading up to the elections.
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