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BREAKING NEWS: Police protest (with live video)

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How can any human being with even a modicum of common sense, integrity, decency and of conscience support this cruel, visionless, unconscionable Skerrit-led government. Every sector of the government is under performing and dysfunctional. The police, nurses, doctors, lawyers, in fact, the entire public service are crying foul. There is unbearable hardship that is making people buckle at the knees. The PM refuses even to just acknowledge the severity of the unbearable, excruciating pain of the people’s cries. Mr. Skerrit the cost of living has long outpaced the people’s take home pay. You have wasted money on useless domestic and foreign advisors: on taking shiploads of supporters to foreign countries to cheer for you; to pay foreign mercenaries to deface the image of the leader of the parlimentary opposition. The country is now descending into total anarchy under Skerrit’s stewardship. Five more years of this chaos and miserable? HELL NO!





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Skerrit says general elections were free and fair; plans to set up commission on electoral reform

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Skerrit says general elections were free and fair; plans to set up commission on electoral reformThe leader of the Dominica Labour Party (DLP), Roosevelt Skerrit, has said that the just-concluded general election which produced another win for his party, was free and fair, but he has also promised to set up a commission for electoral…

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SUNDAY SERMON: Forgive, repent and change

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SUNDAY SERMON: Forgive, repent and changePlease note that the messages published on Sunday Sermon are not restricted to Monsignor Jno Lewis and DNO welcomes any other relevant and appropriate contributions from any other priest, pastor or spiritual leader.

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Preliminary report of OAS Electoral Observation Mission in Dominica for December 6 general elections

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Preliminary report of OAS Electoral Observation Mission in Dominica for December 6 general electionsThe Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS/EOM) present in the Commonwealth of Dominica for the General Elections of December 6 congratulates the people of Dominica on their peaceful and enthusiastic participation in yesterday’s electoral process.

Led by the former Prime Minister of The Bahamas, the Right Honourable Hubert Ingraham, the Mission comprised 20 experts and observers from 14 countries, who deployed throughout the 21 constituencies of Dominica to observe the poll. The Mission conducted a substantive analysis of key aspects of the electoral process, including electoral organization and technology, the voters’ list, electoral justice, campaign financing and the political participation of women.

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