Justice Dr Irving Andre compares successful efforts of OECS states to reduce corruption in their Election processes with DLP Government’s refusal to implement such measures over the past 15 years
Justice Dr Irving Andre illustrates the form that most OECS states have adopted to strengthen their Electoral Laws, and significantly reduce opportunities for corruption within their Election processes.
Referencing some changes made to the Electoral Laws in St Kitts & Nevis in comparison to the proposals adopted and presented to the world by Dominica’s Attorney General Levi Peter and the DLP Administration – Dr. Andre pointed out the disparity in logic and reason as regards the Dominica Labour Party’s position on auditing the voters list on a frequent basis within a single term.
Dr Irving Andre went on to compare the proposed bill of the St Kitts government in amending its Registration Election Act – to that of the proposal of the Skerrit-led DLP Administration in 2018.
in comparison, Dominica’s government sought to weaken the residency requirements for voting, to allow more people to vote, – as Dominicans resident oversees would be allowed to vote without being physically resident months to physically experience what the Dominica resident in Dominica for at least 3 months.
Justice Dr Irving Andre
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