UWP President Lennox Linton says the imperative for Dominicans to engage in the historic rally on 31st May holds deep significance for the country’s electoral process and for free and fair elections
President of the United Workers Party (UWP), Lennox Linton, spoke on the Workers Voice program last night and expressed the importance of advocating for electoral and campaign finance reforms, and against the undue delays in the reform process. He encouraged Dominicans to stand together for free and fair elections. Linton argued that this call to action holds vital significance and purpose for the people, as the electoral process is a shared responsibility for ensuring free and fair elections are delivered to all.
Linton emphasized that during the past 20 years, despite a lack of government turnover, one party has illicitly co-opted the electoral process, guaranteeing their continued authority by preventing any outcomes except for their own desires to remain in power.
President of the United Workers Party (UWP), Lennox Linton
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