Attorney and Former Roseau South Constituency MP Joshua Francis contends that the striking out of the ten UWP election petitions by High Court Judge Raulston Glasgow, is not the end of the road
In an effort to lend support and encouragement to supporters of the UWP, Attorney at Law and former UWP parliamentary representative for the Roseau South Constituency, Joshua Francis, contends that the striking out of the ten UWP election petitions by High Court Judge Raulston Glasgow, is not the end of the road.
Francis voiced his disagreement with suggestions made by Attorney Anthony Astaphan, that this strikeout is the end of talks about corruption in the country.
The ten election petitions filed by the United Workers Party (UWP) were challenging the results of the 2014 general elections in Dominica.
Francis asserts that the decision of the judge has to be respected, but it does not mean that there was an absence of irregularities or corruption.
Attorney at Law & Former UWP Roseau South MP, Joshua Francis
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