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CARICOM Electoral Observer Mission says 2009 General Election in Dominica were Free from Fear

Q95News – The seven member CARICOM Electoral Observation Mission led by Mr. Hensley Robinson of Barbados, with members coming from Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana, Jamaica and the CARICOM Secretariat, says the 2009 general elections were free from fear. The mission which arrived in Dominica on December 15th, says before observing the conduct of elections, they […]

Dominica Labour Party Wins the 2009 General Election

The Dominica Labour Party (DLP) has been officially declared the winner of the December 18th 2009 Dominica general elections with a landslide victory, by winning 17 of the 21 seats in the country’s parliament. Just one constituency (seat) shy of DLP predicted eighteen seats. This is the second consecutive victory at the polls for Prime […]

Close battle anticipated in Friday’s Election in Dominica

Caribbean Net News – It seems as if there may be a photo finish in Friday’s elections in Dominica. Although two polls predict that Roosevelt Skerrit’s Dominica Labour Party (DLP) will return to power with a wide margin, for a third consecutive term, there are indications that the poll might be wrong, since the main […]

CEOM arrive on island to prepare for and to monitor Dominica’s December 18 General Election

Q95News – On the invitation of the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica, the Caribbean Community has mounted a CARICOM Electoral Observer Mission to monitor the election system and processes, as well as the conduct of the General Elections to be held on 18 December 2009. The Observer Mission is led by Mr. Hensley Robinson, […]

OAS Observer Mission arrives on island

Q95News – An Organization of American States Observer Mission has arrived in Dominica to monitor Friday’s General Election. Mission Head Steven Griner says his 14-member strong group has hit the ground running, making preparations to facilitate its work by meeting with officials and the political parties. Mr Griner says his mission will not favor any […]

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