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Organisation for National Development (OND)

The Organisation for National Development (OND) was a political party in Antigua and Barbuda. The party was formed in January 2003, by a group that left the United Progressive Party.

The party's interim chairman Glentis Goodwin was a former campaign manager for Spencer's UPP. He was joined by Melford Nicholas, who also fell out with the UPP after his nomination to become a candidate for the 2004 general elections was challenged by the party executive and the matter was taken to court.
Lawyer Ralph Francis, who represented Nicholas in his court case, and Eustace Cochrane, an ex-Cabinet minister in the ALP government between 1984 and 1994, were part of the founding team.

Following its formation, OND denounced the UPP leadership as 'corrupt and dictatorial'.

In 2012 the OND was subsumed politically into the main opposition Antigua Labour Party (ALP).

Founded 30 January 2003
Party Colour Green
Status Defunct
Politcal Parties of Antigua & Barbuda
Antigua & Barbuda Elections
Political Dynamics - Antigua & Barbuda
Category 2009
Candidates 4
Seats 0
Votes 119
% Valid Votes 0.29%
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