Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Judge, the Hon. Justice David Hayton is returning to Antigua for a series of engagements on behalf of the National Coordinating Committee (NCC).
Justice Hayton arrives on Saturday May 22nd for five days of engagements that include a number of focus group consultations and media appearances.
His busy round of engagements begins at the SJPC House of Restoration Sunday church service, on Monday morning he will be engaged in a number of media appearances, while in the evening, Justice Hayton will be part of a panel discussion on the CCJ organized jointly by the Antigua and Barbuda Evangelical Alliance and the NCC which takes place at the Bolans Pentecostal Church, and is one of several being organized by the Alliance in association with the NCC.
The other members of the Panel are attorneys – Ralph Francis, Sherfield Bowen and Dr. David Dorsett.
The consultations continue on Tuesday and Wednesday with several groups including separate meetings with members of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda and the Antigua and Barbuda Defense Force.
Justice Hayton has been serving as a Judge at the CCJ since it was operationalized in April 2005. His appointment was recently extended for three more years.
He was recently on island for the Antigua and Barbuda Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Forum and other activities organized by the NCC in April.
The NCC is continuing its mandate of undertaking a national public education campaign on the CCJ and the Privy Council.
So far, it has held consultations with the clergy, teachers, the executive of the Trade Union Congress, the Employers Federation and the Antigua Trades and Labour Union among others.