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Sanchez to bring curtains down on Creole in the Park

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Patrons at CITP

International Reggae Star Sanchez and his band will bring the curtains down on the biggest daytime event during Independence- Creole in the Park.

Sanchez, whose real name is Kevin Anthony Jackson, is a reggae singer-songwriter and record producer of Jamaican descent.

Sanchez has produced a number of hit singles including “One In A Million”, “Fall In Love”, “Missing You”, “I Care For You” and “Never Dis Di Man”.

The annual event organized by telecommunications company FLOW is now in its 14th edition.

Following Hurricane Maria in 2017, FLOW cancelled the CITP for two years.

This year, the event will be staged from October 22nd to Thursday October 24th.

FLOW said Dominica’s best in Creole food, Music, Art & Craft and Culture, will be displayed at the Botanical Gardens.

A man jamming at a past Creole in the Park

 

Here’s a look at the lineup:

 

Tuesday October 22-

The Smith Brothers

Colton T

Chubby and the Midnight Groovers

Swinging Star Band and the Calypso connection featuring Webb, Lugarz, Observer, Tasha P, Checko, Intruder Bobb, Karessah and Sour Sour

Reigning Calypso King Dennison ‘Dice’ Joseph

 

Wednesday October 23-

Phase 5

The new generation of Bouyon Artistes: Zone Rouge, Quan, Trilla G, DJ MJ, Fetty Mark, Keks Mafia and Reo

Extasy Band

WCK

Signal Band

To bring the curtains down Shal Marshall of Trinidad of Tobago

 

Thursday October 24-

Carlyn XP

The First Serenade Band

Bouyon Boss Asa Bantan

International Reggae Star Sanchez





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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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PRESS RELEASE: Dominica: Commonwealth Observer Group says elections ‘reflected will of people’

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PRESS RELEASE: Dominica: Commonwealth Observer Group says elections ‘reflected will of people’An independent Commonwealth Observer Group (COG) deployed in Dominica, has delivered its interim statement on the 2019 Dominica General Elections, stating the election results ‘reflect the collective will of the people who voted.’ Despite tensions leading up to Election Day, voters turned out…

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OECS statement on the re-election of the government of the Commonwealth of Dominica

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OECS statement on the re-election of the government of the Commonwealth of DominicaThe Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission congratulates Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) on a successful election victory and return to Government. Director General of the OECS, Dr. Didacus Jules, commended the people of the…

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