UWP Leader Lennox Linton says the UWP is duty bound to appeal the decision of Judge Raulston Glasgow to strike out ten election petitions filed by the UWP challenging the results of the 2014 general elections
Leader of the United Workers Party (UWP) Lennox Linton maintains that the UWP is duty bound to appeal the recent decision of Judge Raulston Glasgow to strike out ten election petitions filed by the UWP challenging the results of the 2014 general elections in Dominica.
Linton claims the decision taken by the Judge is not the work of a judge, in “the meaning and purpose of our system of justice.”
The Opposition UWP filed 10 election petitions challenging the results of the 2019 general election in the constituencies of St Joseph, Mahaut, Morne Jaune, La Plaine, Castle Bruce, Salybia, Roseau Valley, Roseau Central, Roseau South and Wesley.
The UWP leader says the case will be brought to the Appeals Court as he is confident that the judgment handed down is wrong and unfair.
In response to doubts about the presentation of the UWP, Lennox Linton is adamant that their lawyers presented a “very good case” in court. He gave the example of the petition regarding DBS.
Leader of the UWP, Lennox Linton.
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