The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP), led by 47-year old Gaston Browne, will form the next government in that country after the general election held there yesterday.
The ABLP secured a landslide win over the United Progressive Party (UPP) that had served for two terms from 2004 to 2014 under Baldwin Spencer.
Preliminary results show a 14-3 win for the ABLP in a general election, reports state, was marred by allegations of vote buying and other irregularities by the UPP.
Incumbent Prime Minister Baldwin has conceded defeat.
Dominica News Online will bring the reactions of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and UWP leader Lennox Linton on the Antigua election results, later.