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Record Number of Candidates for Dominica Election

Q95News – Electoral officials in Dominica say a record 62 candidates have filed nomination papers for this month’s general election. That’s 16 more than the figure for the 2005 poll. The incumbent Dominica Labor party is fielding a full slate of candidates; while the main opposition United Workers Party is contesting 17 of the 21 […]

UWP makes 20 Historic Pledges to the Dominican Electorate at a Massive St. Joseph Rally

At a massive Political Rally in St. Joseph last night, the United Workers Party and its candidates pledged their commitment for Dominica in 20 pledges delivered by their candidates. Leader of the United Workers Party Honourable Ron Green says the UWP will deliver on those pledges to the Dominican people in 2 years if elected […]

Media Workers Association Encourages Political Parties to Make time to Engage in Official Pre-Election Debates

Q95News – The Media Workers Association of Dominica in collaboration with the Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce have sent official requests to the Dominica Labour Party, the Dominica Freedom Party and the United Workers Party asking for their participation in a political debate, this in order to give the electorate a clear sense of […]

Prime Minister Skerrit’s Response to Demands for Electoral Reform still Vague and Uncertain

Q95News – The United Workers Party, the Dominican Freedom Party, several other local political organizations as well as the general public, have been persistently advocating for electoral reform before the next general election which is constitutionally due in 2010. There have been calls for the implementation of voter ID cards, election observers and the sanitization […]

Ruling Party to Name Candidates for General Election

CMC – The ruling Dominica Labour Party (DLP) says it will soon announce the names of its candidates to contest the general elections that Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has been hinting could come ahead of the 2010 constitutional deadline. “The Dominica Labour Party is poised to make a declaration as to its slate of candidates […]

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