Ahead of tomorrow’s general elections in Antigua and Barbuda, the Organization of American States (OAS) Election Observers met with Prime Minister Gaston Browne.
On Friday, the OAS said that the Mission, led by the former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Golding, comprises 11 experts and observers from seven different countries.
During its work, the Mission will observe areas such as electoral organization and registries, electoral technology, electoral justice, political finance, and the political participation of women,” said the OAS in a statement.
The mission that was deployed earlier this week, will meet with government officials, electoral authorities, political leaders and candidates, representatives of civil society and other relevant stakeholders.
On Election Day, tomorrow, the OAS said the Mission will be deployed throughout the country to observe the voting process.
This is the fourth time that the OAS has observed an electoral process in Antigua and Barbuda.
“The Electoral Mission of the and Barbuda, led by former Prime Minister of Bruce Golding, met with Prime Minister Gaston Browne to hear his perspectives on Wednesday’s General Elections in Antigua,” according to a post on Facebook earlier.