High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sir Robert Hall
(1909-1994) was a politician in Antigua and Barbuda. Hall was an
opponent of the dominant Antigua Labour Party throughout his
career. He was politically active mainly during Antigua and
Barbuda's time as a West Indies Associated State. During the 1960s,
Hall led the Antigua and Barbuda Democratic Movement. This very
loose political organisation was most significant for the role it
allowed Hall to play in the creation of the Progressive Labour
Movement in 1968. After the party won four by-elections, it became
Antigua and Barbuda's first parliamentary opposition party. Hall
was the first leader of this party and the first Leader of the
Opposition in the state, but he relinquished this role to George
Walter before the 1971 general election.
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