Assistant Superintendent of Police Leana Edwards outlines traffic guidelines for FLOW's 14th CITP which kicks off today
The 14th FLOW Creole in the Park kicks off today.
Assistant Superintendent of Police Leanna Edwards outlined traffic guidelines for the 3 day event.
Edwards says motorists will be denied entry into Virgin Lane from Independence Street from 6-8pm for the duration of the event.
Assistant Superintendent of Police, Leana Edwards .
Opposition Leader Lennox Linton says men caught engaging in suspicious activity on his premises May 19th, 2019 as well as those who contracted them should be penalized
Opposition Leader Lennox Linton has revisited the issue of suspicious activity happening on the premises of his home on May 19th, 2019
He says these men should be investigated and charged with the offense of criminal trespass to his property, and conspiracy with those who facilitated them to commit these acts.
He was speaking at a UWP Press conference at the Prevo Cinemall Monday.
Opposition Leader, Lennox Linton.
Dominica State College students are to Participate in the 2019 FIRST Global Challenge in Dubai.
Within two months, five students from the Dominica State College Robotic Team used their creativity to engineer a robot to compete in the FIRST Global Challenge which will be held in Dubai from October 24-27.
The event aims to address the world’s most critical environmental issues such as wastage of water and energy, sustainability, and pollution through a Global Robotics Competition.
This is the third time Dominica is represented by students of the Dominica State College.
Monelle Alexis PRO Dominica State College.
Opposition Leader Lennox Linton filed an official complaint to the police in Dominica for what he calls criminal trespassing on his property in Morne Daniel, on May 19, 2019
Opposition Leader Lennox Linton has filed an official complaint to the police in Dominica for what he calls criminal trespassing on his property in Morne Daniel, on May 19, 2019.
Linton told a press conference today that he wrote a letter dated October 18, 2019 to Police Chief Daniel Carbon, asking that those who were involved in the act be investigated and charged.
On May 19, 2019, Security Cameras at Linton’s home showed a Caucasian man entering his yard and dropping off a black bag on his doorstep and leaving with it thereafter.
Another video showed the same man repeating a similar act and this time, leaving the suitcase on his doorstep, but another Caucasian man was seen in the video, taking it off Linton’s doorstep just moments later. He said, “No bag was left on my premises.”
Linton claims their investigation found evidence that identifies the men as British nationals that allegedly may have been paid to carry out what Linton called “mischief” during the elections.
The letter further read, “I suggest to you Sir that these two British citizens should be investigated and charged with the offense of criminal trespass to my property and conspiracy with those who instructed, engaged or facilitated them to commit public mischief.”
Linton appears satisfied that there is adequate evidence to support his complaint. He said a copy of the letter of complaint and evidence will also be sent to the British High Commission in Barbados.
United Workers Party Team Dominica Deputy Leader Joshua Francis expresses concern over a statement affiliated with criminal offences, made in Guadeloupe by DLP Roseau Central candidate, Melissa Skerrit
United Workers Party (UWP) Team Dominica leader Joshua Francis expresses concern over a statement affiliated with criminal offences, made in Guadeloupe by DLP Roseau Central candidate, Melissa Skerrit.
Francis described that statement made in Guadeloupe, as ‘loose’.
Deputy leader of the UWP, Joshua Francis
Meanwhile, Leader of the UWP, Lennox Linton disagreed with Francis’ description of a ‘loose’ statement. He insisted the statement made by Melisa Skerrit was deliberate and calculated.
Linton believes with the disclosing of lies, the constant discussion of electoral reform, and the unaccounted CBI funds, the DLP regime is now desperately sending out hints.
Leader of the UWP, Lennox Linton
The call for Prime Minister Skerrit to resign continues & is intensifying, as civil society groups and the Joint CARICOM-Commonwealth-OAS Special Mission report in some ways bolstered that call
The call for Prime Minister Skerrit to resign continues & is intensifying, as civil society groups and the Joint CARICOM-Commonwealth-OAS Special Mission report in some ways bolsters that call.
Leader of the Parliamentary Opposition in Dominica, who is also a former President of the DAIC and a renowned Journalist, Lennox Linton, has laid out specific imperatives, which he feels in some ways is boosted by civil society groups and the Joint CARICOM-Commonwealth-OAS Special Mission Report. He is of the view that an interim body be appointed to run the affairs of the island, before the Elections are announced.
Linton says these specific mandates must be carried out by the interim governing body, to ensure free and fair elections in Dominica. He was speaking at a Press Conference, at the Prevo Cinemall on 21st October 2019.
Leader of the Parliamentary Opposition in Dominica, Former President of the DAIC and renowned Journalist, Lennox Linton
Leader of the Dominica Freedom, Party Kent vital, says we must create a commonwealth culture and help spread prosperity within the country
Leader of the Dominica Freedom Party Kent vital says that we must create a commonwealth culture and help spread prosperity within the country.
Speaking at a jam packed electoral reform rally held over the weekend, Vital said we must take our altruistic culture to new levels and bring back the Dominican cultural spirit of days of old once more.
Leader of the Dominica Freedom Party, Kent Vital
United Workers Party Deputy Leader and Roseau South MP, Attorney Joshua Francis says attempted framing, attacks and false accusations against Opposition Leader Lennox Linton and the UWP executive, is unjust, is criminal in nature, and is not being taken
Deputy Leader of the United Workers Party Team Dominica, and Roseau South MP, Attorney Joshua Francis says the recent attempted framing, vicious attacks and false accusations against Opposition Leader Lennox Linton and the UWP executive, is unjust, is criminal in nature, and is not being taken lightly.
Additionally, Francis claims that the actions of the Roosevelt Skerrit Administration against Electoral reform and their refusal to ensure a free and fair General Election process, are dictatorial and distasteful.
Francis spoke to the media at a UWP Press Conference on Monday at the Prevo Cinemall.
Attorney at Law, Roseau South MP and Deputy Leader of the United Workers Party, Joshua Francis
DAEC says we must not just be independent from the clutches or control of others, but we must take responsibility for ourselves & make the right decisions all the time, to help propel us continually forward
The Dominica Association of Evangelical Churches (DAEC) is congratulating the Government and People of Dominica on the occasion of the country’s 41st Anniversary of Independence.
The DAEC said as we mark this very important occasion, we implore all to be mindful of the true meaning of being an independent nation and people. We must not just be free from the clutches or control of others, but we must become so responsible for ourselves in that we make the right decisions all the time which will help propel us continually forward.
We exhort that our citizens celebrate this cultural moment expressing concern for self and each other, promoting an environment of comradery, peace and oneness in purpose as we build this nation. While we enjoy the planned cultural activities, we must remain sexually responsible, socially sober and morally sound in all our judgments.
Please remember that while this season will be politically charged, we must do all in our power to manage tempers while conducting healthy debates on the way forward for our nation. The Dominica Association of Evangelical Churches praying for a peaceful and reflective 41st Anniversary.
We are no longer going to allow persons with selfish motivations to be in control of this country called Dominica, says outspoken member of Dominica’s Electoral Commission, Wayne James
We are no longer going to allow persons with selfish motivations to be in control of this country called Dominica, says outspoken member of Dominica’s Electoral Commission, Wayne James.
Mr. James was addressing another massive gathering of persons rallying for electoral reform over the weekend, hosted by the Concerned Citizens Movement of Dominica.
He says a country needs to know where they are coming from, in order to know where they are heading.
Mr James says what we are witnessing in Dominica is electoral deception, and went on explain just how deceptive the inner workings of the DLP agents have been.
He says that this has been a betrayal of epic proportions and that the time is now to take back our country.
Member of Dominica’s Electoral Commission, Wayne James
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