PM Browne says ABLP not involved in UPP-Choksi campaign reports from St. Kitts

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Choksi arrives in Antigua from Dominica in July 2021/Photo by ObserverNewsCo

Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party Leader Gaston Browne is denying that his party had any role in an article from St. Kitts which alleged that fugitive Mehul Choksi promised to fund the opposition United Progressive Party.

Listen to Browne here:

“It’s a malicious lie,” says Harold Lovell, Political Leader of the United Progressive Party (UPP), in response to a claim out of St. Kitts & Nevis about the source of its campaign funding.

A March 29 article in the SKN News reports that Lovell and Indian businessman Mehul Choksi held a meeting in which the latter made a conditional promise to fund the UPP’s political campaign.

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