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Errol Cort
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Errol CORT
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Constituency: St. John's Rural East
Party: United Progressive Party (UPP)
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Dr. Cort is a trained economist and also an attorney at law with tremendous experience and an impressive record of public service.
He served with distinction as Attorney General of Antigua and Barbuda from 1999 to 2001 and was responsible for spearheading electoral reform in Antigua & Barbuda.

He is a family man. He is conscientious and hard working. Goodness sits at the core of his character and reputation. He pledges that he will faithfully continue the job he has helped to start: losing no time and sparing no effort to restore good governance in Antigua & Barbuda.

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