Justice Dr Irving Andre argues that electoral & campaign finance reforms are needed to prevent voter fraud & ensure election integrity, and to avoid disillusionment with the political process
Alleged Draft electoral reform legislation has sparked a heated debate among politicians and citizens alike. Some argue that the reforms are necessary to prevent voter fraud and ensure the integrity of elections. Others see them as a blatant attempt to suppress the voices of certain groups and consolidate power in the hands of a few. In his critique of the legislation, Justice Dr. Irving Andre argues that it is dangerous.
He points out that the reforms will make it easier for those in power to manipulate election outcomes and undermine democracy. Instead of promoting transparency and accountability, they will create a system in which those with the most resources and influence can control the outcome of elections. This, he argues, is a recipe for disaster and could lead to widespread disillusionment with the political process.
Justice Andre emphasizes that electoral & campaign finance reforms are necessary for the future of the nation, and that appropriate reforms are the only way to guarantee free and fair elections in Dominica. They are viewed as a battle against those who want to keep Dominicans in a state of unrelenting poverty and mendicancy, as well as the forces of greed and the lords of darkness. He also points out that the reforms should be viewed as the key to opening the vault, where everyone will receive what they deserve, from the proceeds of the sale of passports.
Justice Dr. Irving Andre
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