The Dominica Business Forum to facilitate Electoral Reform meeting on Thursday


Daryl Bobb

The Dominica Business Forum Inc will be hosting a consultation on Electoral Reform on Thursday, August 3, 2023.

President of the Dominica Business Forum Inc, Daryl Bobb announced through a press release that the consultation will take place at the Truth and Grace Fellowship Global Church on Independence Street from 9 a.m.

“What basically we will be trying to do is to get everybody involved in the discussion on Electoral Reform in an environment that provides for mutual respect and productive conversation, to get everybody involved in developing the concept, the idea of how this is supposed to be, how this is supposed to move forward,” he said.

He continued, “Do we have a document that serves the Dominican people appropriately?”

According to Bobb, this is basically the whole idea behind this discussion.

He said invited guests will include Sir Dennis Byron, Chairman and members of the electoral commission, the Attorney General, Leader of the Dominica Labour Party, The United Worked Party, Team Unity, the Dominica Freedom Party, to include civil society organizations, and individuals from all walks of life.

The event is expected to be carried live on various media platforms.

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