Leader of the United Workers Party Lennox Linton says ‘we will not obey and trust a leadership which stands in the way of democracy by obstructing critical electoral reforms in Dominica
The United Workers Party has embodied the definition of civil disobedience, in their democratic stance, boldly refusing to submit to the DLP administration.
In an interview with Q95 news, the leader of the united workers party has made it clear on where the team stands as it relates to democratic leadership and the trust and obedience that usually accompanies such societies leaders.
He says, “We do not trust Roosevelt Skerrit, and his exercise of leadership at this time” claiming the PM has stood in the way of electoral reform, which is the “Backbone of Democracy” and refuses to account for over a billion dollars of the people’s money.
As a result, in civilized democracies we do not have responsibility at all to obey unlawful authority.
The team leader says that as result of these aforementioned issues, the team will not be in obedience with his rules, orders, or decisions, nor will we submit to his authority.
Leader of the UWP Lennox Linton.
Mans greed is destroying the earth and in-tern destroying themselves, says former Attorney General Bernard Wilshire, while speaking on one of the 7 deadly sins of man
Mans greed is destroying the earth and in turn destroying themselves, says former Attorney General Bernard Wilshire.
Mr. Wilshire was speaking on one of the seven deadly sins of man, ‘Greed’.
He says that in this capitalist mindset morphed around a desire for profit, has blocked out the moral views of Meeting peoples ‘needs’.
He says society has become somewhat natural to notion that one should only about his/herself and satisfy only themselves if they have capacity to do so.
This unnatural of order needs has led to “survival of the fittest”
Former Attorney General, Bernard Wilshire.
US-based Attorney at Law Gabriel Christian corrects Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Roosevelt Skerrit on the meaning of Civil Disobedience in a democracy
Attorney at Law Gabriel Christian has clearly explained the meaning of Civil Disobedience to Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, who gave his own interpretation of the phrase, in an effort to deter Dominicans from supporting the three major peaceful meetings organized for 30th September 2019, by UWP Team Dominica and Associates.
Christian told Q95 FM on Monday, it is the right of every citizen in a democracy to enact Civil disobedience when they feel the government has failed the country and engaged in acts of corruption.
Attorney at Law, Gabriel Christian.
Dominica’s President Charles Savarin expressed thanks to all those who assisted Dominica post Hurricane Maria, at an Annual General Debate of the UN General Assembly in NYC last Thursday
President of Dominica Charles Savarin has thanked the various bodies for all the attention and support, in the aftermath of the massive devastation by Hurricane Maria in 2017 while giving an update on the country.
He was speaking at the Annual general debate of the UN General Assembly in NYC last Thursday.
Savarin has asked those who have pledged support and have not yet delivered to do so.
President of Dominica Charles Savarin.
General Manager Jose Abrero is pleased that the Fort Young Hotel is celebrating 30 years of existence and successful business operations in Dominica’s hospitality sector
The Fort Young hotel is celebrating 30 years of existence and successful business operating in Dominica’s hospitality sector.
In a Press conference held at the hotel on Monday, General Manager of the Fort Young Hotel, Jose Abrero, labelled this as a major achievement and announced that for the next 61 days of October 2019, the Hotel will be hosting major events for everyday to the benefit all guests and visitors alike.
General Manager of the Fort Young Hotel, Jose Abrero.
To celebrate 30 years of business in Dominica, The Fort Young Hotel has put together two months of promotions and discounts for all local and foreign guests alike.
Marketing Coordinator Markisha Serrant says the months of October and November 2019 will be two months to remember. She spoke to the media on Monday 30th September 2019.
Fort Young Hotel’s Marketing Coordinator, Markisha Serrant
UWP Leader says secrecy of the Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit in running the country’s CBI program is not welcomed in the Global community’s call for transparent governance
Leader of the United Workers Party and Marigot MP Lennox Linton says the secrecy of the Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit in running the country’s CBI program is not welcomed in the Global community’s call for transparent governance from world leaders.
The media has observed a major shift in public expression from citizens around the World their Political leaders, including Dominica. From the beginning of 2017 to present, we have seen major protest actions against Political Leaders, Prime Ministers and Presidents around the World.
Linton says the fact that Prime Minister Skerrit had to be forced by himself and his team to reveal to the nation, after all this time, that he created a third component to the Country’s CBI program, dubbed the Housing option, which is exclusively under his control and management is worrying and is labelled misconduct in Public Office.
Leader of the United Workers Party and Marigot MP Lennox Linton.
DLP Candidate for the Roseau Valley Constituency Dr Irvin McIntyre tells constituents that they have nothing to fear from his candidacy
DLP Candidate for the Roseau Valley Constituency Dr Irvin McIntyre tells constituents that they have nothing to fear from his candidacy, but everything to embrace.
Dr McIntyre says he seeks to build a united community, as his vision includes every constituent.
A campaign to officially launch him in that constituency took place Sunday.
Dr McIntyre says in his term as parliamentary representative, he will ensure that the road network and drainage systems in that constituency are completed on time.
DLP Candidate for the Roseau Valley Constituency, Dr Irvin McIntyre.
Parliamentary representative for Roseau Central Joseph Isaac says Independence celebrations represent a time where citizens should put aside all differences
Parliamentary representative for Roseau Central Joseph Isaac says Independence celebrations represent a time where citizens should put aside all differences, and celebrate the things shared in common as a people.
He says he believes he majority of Dominicans share this view, and those who seek to fan flames of discord are out of the mainstream.
The 41st Anniversary of Independence is being celebrated under the theme "Saluting Resilience, and rejuvenation 2 years on."
Parliamentary representative for Roseau Central, Joseph Isaac
LaPlaine MP Peter St Jean has declared that he will no longer be seeking the parl rep position for that constituency come the next general elections.
He has stated that the baton has been passed on to Pharmacist Kent Edwards to run the race this time around.
St Jean says Edwards has his full support, and he will mold him to win the LaPlaine seat.
Outgoing LaPlaine MP Peter St Jean.
Opposition Leader & Leader of the UWP Lennox Linton contends that obstructions placed in the way of electoral reforms by the DLP Administration, is an act of oppression against the people of Dominica
Leader of the United Worked Party, Lennox Linton says the impression being perceived from the response given by the Skerrit-led DLP Administration to the report and recommendations of the joint Commonwealth Secretariat, CARICOM and OAS Committee, whom they invited to produce such a report, is that they invited organizations that lack knowledge to give advice on the issue of electoral reforms, which are now needed and widely demanded by the electorate in Dominica.
Linton contends the continued obstruction being placed in the way of electoral reforms by the DLP Administration, among other things, is an act of oppression against the people of Dominica.
Linton says, if Dominicans as a civilized and upstanding people must stand against such oppression by their government.
Leader of the United Worked party, Lennox Linton
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