ABPSA gears up for elections this Friday, with president planning to vie for another term

Biennial elections for eight executive positions will be held for the
Antigua & Barbuda Public Service Association (ABPSA) at its 2024
Annual General Conference, to be held on Friday, April 12, at the
Villa Community Centre.

The association’s current president, Joan Peters, says she will be
throwing her hat back into the ring for at least one more term.
Peters explains how the ABPSA is structured, noting that the
conference is the highest decision-making body within the

Thursday, April 11, will be the first day of the conference and it
will be held under the theme, “Stand Up and Stand Out in Unity.”
According to Peters, the aim of day one is to address the group’s
finances; reflect on the past term; and plot the way forward.
These discussions will then segue into day two, when the
elections will be held.

Given the association’s membership in numerous local, regional
and international bodies, Peters is confident in the group’s ability
to fulfill its mandate.

Founded in 1967, the ABPSA represents public servants – both
workers in the civil service and those who are non established.