Justice Dr Irving Andre observes that the need for electoral reform is glaringly obvious to the political directorate, but they are trying to hide from even while it is in plain sight
Justice Dr. Irving Andre observes that the Byron proposals have had to be amended to reflect the views of the political directorate. This is evident from a draft report that changed the residency requirement to say that if you spend 90 days in Dominica over 5 years, that makes you eligible to vote. This is a completely baseless interpretation of Dominican laws and it's surprising that no other Caribbean Island has such a bizarre rule. He points out that the need for true electoral reform for members of the political directorate is glaringly obvious and yet it seems to be hiding in plain sight.
The corrupt practices of those in power have resulted in a blatant disregard for the welfare of the people they were elected to serve. He continues that the proposals from the legal luminary are being tailored to reflect an interpretation that gives the political directorate keys to the perpetual rule of Dominica. Andre notes that the sale of passports has become a lucrative business, with the profits being siphoned off into secret accounts. This illicit activity has led to an influx of construction projects throughout Dominica, serving as a cover for money laundering schemes. The consequences of such greed are far-reaching, as taxpayers are left to bear the burden of this corruption.
Justice Dr. Irving Andre.
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