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(Antigua Observer) Just days after he issued a threat to sue over a controversial calypso song, Prime Minister Gaston Browne has brought action against OBSERVER Radio and opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) spokesman Senator Damani Tabor.

Yesterday, OBSERVER’s management was served with a lawsuit filed in the High Court on July 6, 2017.

PM Browne, who signed the document on July 3, is seeking damages, including aggravated damages and costs on the indemnity basis, as he accuses Tabor of making defamatory statements about him on an OBSERVER Radio programme on January 4.

The legal battle is linked to comments Tabor made on OBSERVER Radio regarding the Prime Minister, his wife Maria Bird-Browne and her charity, Share Incorporated and its partnership with government in a Venture Capital Fund which was announced last year.

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