COMMENTARY: Is UWP’s first woman political leader here?

Gertrude Roberts (left), Doreen Paul

“The Powerful Women Of UWP Will Ensure That Our Women Get Proper Attention”.

The above caption was taken from the Centre of page 27 of the United Workers Party 1990 Manifesto, with the pictures of Hon. Vernice Bellony and Hon. Gertrude Roberts above, and the pictures of Hon. Doreen Paul and Senator Bernie Didier below. In bringing forward such a large number of women as candidates, the UWP  did justice to UN Resolutions 37/63 adopted by the General Assembly, 90th plenary meeting on 3 December 1982 on the Participation of Women in Promoting International Peace and Co-operation and was ahead of the UN recommendation which was to come in 1995.

Part I. Article 1 of the declaration reads as follows: “Women and men have an equal and vital interest in contributing to international peace and co-operation. To this end women must be enabled to exercise their right to participate in the economic, social, cultural, civil and political affairs of society on an equal footing with men. “…By 1995 the United Nations went on to recommended that at least 30 percent of all decision-making bodies be female, especially parliaments, cabinets, and other political and policy-level structures.

UWP believed in this vital role of our women in 1990, and UWP believes it now and beyond.

Of these powerful women, Hon Gertrude Roberts and Hon Doreen Paul were elected to Parliament in 1990, with Mrs. Roberts going on  to become Minister of Culture and Gender Affairs,  Mrs Paul going on to become the Minister of Health, and Mrs. Vernice Bellony who was elected in 1995, going on to become the Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, in the UWP Government, in 1995.

Dominica’s Future Hangs in the Balance.

These great women served Dominica and the UWP well in the 90’s. As Dominicans look expectantly to the UWP to lead it out of  this grave crisis, so too the UWP looks to the New Generation of  Great Dominican women to rebalance the Party, and help it chart the way for Dominica through the troubled seas ahead.

There is no better time for our women to begin to position themselves, than as the UWP approaches its 22nd Annual Convention scheduled for January 8th 2012.  The door is flung wide open for the women of Dominica to once more take their rightful place in the Political Leadership of the UWP and of Dominica.  Dominica is looking. The Caribbean is watching, the world is watching the women of Dominica. In coming forward, our women of Dominica would be closing the gap and catching up with the US, Canada, Australia, and other Latin America and Caribbean Countries like Trinidad, where Kamala Bisassar  Persad is Prime Minister, Jamaica, where Portia Simpson recently was Leader of the Opposition, and Barbados, where Mia Motley was also recently Leader of the Opposition.

Yes, Politics is A Tough Road. But The Great UWP Women Have Blazed The Trail.

No one is suggesting that it is easy for women to get into and rise to the top in Electoral Politics. Though great UWP women Like Bellony, Roberts and Paul have blazed the trail, the challenge of Politics in the Caribbean and indeed in many other parts of the world, is a daunting one for most men, and even more so for most women.

Nadezdha Shvedova puts it this way, “Women around the world at every socio-political level find themselves underrepresented in parliament and far removed from decision-making levels. While the political playing field in each country has its own particular characteristics, one feature remains common to all: it is uneven and not conducive to women’s participation. Women who want to enter politics find that the political, public, cultural and social environment are often unfriendly or even hostile to them.” (International IDEA, 2002, Women in Parliament, Stockholm (http://www.idea.int) Chapter 2 Obstacles to Women’s Participation in Parliament. Nadezdha Shvedova)

FEAR NO MORE

However I believe our Dominican women, who remain on the sidelines because of fear, or because they feel their discipline is not politics or that they are not experienced, need to Fear No More, and take courage from Malaysia’s Nurul Izzah Anwar who had this to say in her address to a  conference held in Bangkok on 3rd and 4th of November 2000.

Says Anwar,
“..My discipline of study is engineering, not political science. As for my experience, it is very limited, both in scope and years. Like my mother, who now leads the National Justice Party of Malaysia (Keadila), my involvement in politics happened by accident rather than by design.

…I have come to understand that one’s involvement in politics is often induced by the burning issues of the day. My father took up student and social activism because he had a cause to fight for namely poverty, corruption and the government’s lack of commitment to address the issues. …
… The burden is great and sometimes I feel that I have neither the strength nor the talent to shoulder this enormous responsibility. Nevertheless, I am always encouraged by my friends, and the leaders whom I have had the opportunity to meet, and who have inspired me to persevere in my cause. The example of President Corazon Aquino, whom I first met in October 1998, convinced me that individuals, regardless of their previous experience, can often became a vehicle for change.
…. In my country, my mother Wan Azizah has to shoulder the daunting task of leading a new party, the National Justice Party, in the struggle against a corrupt and unjust regime. This is the first time in Malaysian history a political party has been led by a woman.
… This is a crucial time for Malaysia as it is at a turning point in its history. It is also a time for young women to emerge as decisive actors in shaping the future of their country.
….we cannot ignore the fact that most of the barriers to democratic expression and political activity come in the form of repressive laws and programs that create a culture of fear in the entire population.
……Corruption and lack of transparency in Malaysia has severely undermined the independence of the judiciary and other key institutions.
….When it comes to the burning issues affecting our society, the people are being told in no uncertain terms:
“If you say anything, you will lose everything. If you say nothing, you might get something.”
…The government has retaliated by accusing the youth of being ungrateful and unpatriotic.
… Most recently the youth leader of National Justice Party, Ezam Mohd Nor, has been accused of betraying the country for criticizing the Prime Minister abroad.
…Our country is in a severe state of crisis. The root cause of this crisis is the lack of democracy, the abuse of power and corruption.
We feel that it is our moral duty to correct the misdeeds of the government or anyone occupying public office. It is therefore preposterous to accuse us of being unpatriotic or of betraying our country simply because we are discharging our moral responsibility. If in discharging that moral responsibility we are required to criticize even the prime minister, so be it!
….. For the democratic movement to succeed, it is vital that young women democrats organize effective networks and forge strong bonds of solidarity to achieve their objective: the empowerment of democracy.” (Malaysia’s Nurul Izzah Anwar)
Everything that Anwar said then, mirrors our Dominica situation today.

It is impossible to know when a society has reached a breaking point until it happens;  but we know for certain, Dominica is in serious crisis. The signs of a society disintegrating are everywhere. They are there on the abandoned farms; they are there at the market and at the Bay Front,  where vendors face a declining trade; they are there at our State College, where the number of students making it to graduation is below 30%. The signs of a society in disintegration  are there in the streets of Roseau, where day by day, the numbers of vagrants are increasing.

The signs of a society disintegrating are on the blocks of Newtown, Mahaut, St Joseph, Salisbury, Laplaine, Castle Bruce, Carib Territory, Marigot, Wesley, Woodford Hill and  Vieille Case, where every day, more and more of our unemployed young men congregate for the greater part of the day.

The signs of Disintegration are in our Parliament, where for the first time, not one of the Ministers of Government nor the Prime Minister, nor even The Speaker of the House, had the courtesy to say a word of welcome to a newly sworn in Opposition Member of Parliament.

For Dominica to get out of the present crisis, our women of courage must come forward  now to take their rightful places in the top Leadership of the UWP.

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62 Comments

  1. First Timer
    November 16, 2011

    Save face guys, it’s better to give a joke instead of shedding tears. You who are fighting with your selves for UWPwee are actually ashamed of your selves.

    You really want to know about corruption? then check in late 1999 and tell me where the millions of dollars of Government LPO went to (Antilles Cement?)

    Just the first piece from a first timer to DNO

  2. suggestion
    November 15, 2011

    If Edo just making the men miserable and don’t wnat to give up, just put a wig and a wob on Lennox.

    He sure will represent. :mrgreen:

    • suggestion
      November 15, 2011

      oh, and don’t forget the lipstick, hand bag and prokes prokes. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  3. NEWTOWN AGAIN
    November 15, 2011

    WHY DO YOU HAVE TO PUT US IN NEWTOWN IN YOUR BUSINESS

    ITS NOT US THAT CAUSE antilles to cooolay

    all d education you have you outsmarted yourself and now you calling for woman to lead uwp how do u think ron and or spaggs and eddo going to feel about that ?

    its no wander that they didnt make you leader of the opposition and you grudging dat because you think after spending all your bullo in our party u shude be leader of the opposition now CHUPES just keep us in newtown out of you issues and get a barber

  4. RAS B
    November 15, 2011

    Where or Who is she? Could not find the point of the article, but ofcourse, I did not read it, it was too long and bored me to death!!!

  5. ZANG
    November 15, 2011

    I HEAR ZANG IS SHOWING INTERESTS IN JOINING UWP BOY LOOK DIVERSITY SHE WILL BE A GOOD REPLACEMENT FOR YELLOW………W O R K E R S

  6. lovely dominica
    November 15, 2011

    The women are “on-line” like the manifesto.

  7. nightanddayvision
    November 15, 2011

    IF THE UWP WANT FORMIDABLE WOMEN, CHECK THE LABOUR PARTY, THATS WHERE THESE WOMEN ARE, AND THE LABOUR PARTY NOT GIVING THESE WOMEN THE ENCOURAGEMENT AND THE PUSH
    SOME OF THE MEN ARE HOLDING ON DEAR LIFE, JUST TO KEEP THE WOMEN OUT, ALTHOUGH THEY ARE DEADWOOD

    SO UWP GO FOR THESE WOMEN, IT WOULD BE WORTH YOUR WHILE

  8. for my children
    November 15, 2011

    I am considering this offer cause it is really time for us women to take our rightful place in society. Women of Dominica “FEAR NO MORE” and come out to represent!

  9. Anonymous
    November 15, 2011

    give shirley allan a call, save your party

    • Sari Sari Man
      November 15, 2011

      I challenge Shirley Allen to come to Dominica. She did not even come for her mother’s funeral, you think she will come now to take Prevost’s challenge. Espwa mal papye.

  10. Crete Coco
    November 15, 2011

    Finally Mr. Prevost cannot contain and stifle his opinion about the UWP. He can no longer stomach his political dislike for Edison James’ manipulation of the leadership of the UWP. Importantly, one get the disntinct impresssion that Mr. Prevost is not supporting any move to reinstate Mr. James as leader of the UWP. In his disgust for any such move, and like Don Quixote chasing after the wind, he has gone ahead chasing after non-existing female leaders in the UWP.

    It is not the first time that Mr. Prevost has broken ranks with the UWP. Remember when he returned to the House and took his oath whilstothers stayed outside?

    This time Mr. Prevost you will not get away with it. Tell Mr. James to stop his mischief.

  11. ?
    November 15, 2011

    Just come out straight and make a call for women to join the party nuh? because it seems as if most of the men are neither here nor there with a few exceptions.

  12. hmmm
    November 15, 2011

    Why do I keep hearing UWP used this one, UWP use that one, the other one…? Something wrong somewhere.

    Sounds like a selfish someone is somewhere. :mrgreen:

  13. i and i
    November 15, 2011

    that a ploy to by the UWp to show that they are interested in women. Mrs Lewis is a very inteligent woman ansd she was shoved aside instead of nominating her as a senator. they like to use women

    see the difference with the govt? they have three women in parliament. i expect uwp to do the same.

    Please women do not be fooled again

  14. TEWTEW
    November 15, 2011

    ALL HECTOR “SPREGELETTE” JOHN CAN DO IS JUST REPEAT ALL WHAT THEM OTHER PUPPETTES TELL HIM TO DO. A MAN THAT WENT AWAY AND STUDY IT WHAT THE HELL HE KNOWS ABOUT POLITICS ? HE IS JUST A POLITICAL FIGURE DOING THE DIRTY WORK FOR THOSE THAT DONT WANNA MAKE THEMSELVES LOOK LIKE PAPPYSHOWS. HE TRIES TO TALK LIKE A PROFESSIONAL BUT MAKES MORE OF AN ASS OF HIMSELF. SPRAGS NOT IN THIS LIFETIME U WILL EVER MEET THE LEVEL OF INTELLIGENCE OF THE PRIME MINISTER. SO CONTINUE TO BE ON THE BLOCK SALISBURY DRINKING RUM AND DO PEOPLE COMPUTER NETWORK FOR THEM OK.

  15. November 15, 2011

    DOMINICA NEED A WOMAN PM NICE LOOKING SMAT YOUNG LOVE HER COUNTRY NOT LIKE THOSE THREE BLIND MICE E.R.P..

  16. November 15, 2011

    da must stop

  17. Yes I
    November 15, 2011

    They said that Titanic in unsinkable,well it did not take Time before it sunk beneath the Ocean. what a Surprise this was to many. This is relevant to us of what we are currently facing in Dominica.Many had the opportunity to enjoy the rides of Titanic but it did not take long when only a few Survive. The Red Clinic and the many corrupt practice seen and unseen by this present Administration simply shows the path we are taking. It not long again when we shall see the down fall of this administration. Let be vigilant people?

  18. Jaime Lewis
    November 15, 2011

    It would be good to get a list of the up and coming young women in the UWP who are being groomed for leadership positions in the party. Who are they? What are their plans? Who is mentoring them?
    Maybe the UWP leadership needs to engage in some outreach to bring in some young and politically savvy women into the leadership circle. We need fresh faces with new ideas.

  19. Aye Dominique
    November 15, 2011

    This is a great call, women come forth, Dominica needs u

    • WIKILEAKS
      November 15, 2011

      You are in the right position for it…take your spot

  20. Critical
    November 15, 2011

    Dominican women knows that UWP only uses women for them to get in power. UWP has no respect for women!!! RIP UWP!!!

  21. LATITUDED810
    November 14, 2011

    i must laugh at this commentary uwp has a puppet as the opposition leader and you
    talking about this party putting up a woman as a leader.when hector john gets his voice and can muster the courage to have a response to the budget debate only then you may see a woman leader at the top

  22. SANCTUS
    November 14, 2011

    WAT HAPPENED TO LARAINE BANIS THEY FORGET HER MAN SHE WAS UWP MET JEL

  23. hmmmmmmmm
    November 14, 2011

    LENNOX FOR LEADERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

    • WIKILEAKS
      November 15, 2011

      Are you trying to tell me something…they are speakling of women to step up…alas doh put him in that

    • possy
      November 15, 2011

      I prefer Angello, Mr know it all!!!

  24. Sout Man
    November 14, 2011

    Is Hon. Norris Prevost paying lip service to our great strong women in Dominica? Three words come to mind sir; LEANTHIA PACQUETTE LEWIS. Your party, the UWP, had a wonderful opportunity to pay tribute to a strong, intelligent and talented woman by nominating her as a Senator. she was the only woman on your slate of candidates in the last election.

    What did you do then? You opted for the old boys club instead of grooming a woman who gave up her government job to serve your party. Shame on UWP. How do you explain that missed opportunity and lack of vision, sir? I dare you to explain!!

    • One Love
      November 15, 2011

      8-O she should have withstood ; the filthy lucre of the reds –

      all food good to eat but not all talk that good to talk – tampuis sooplay

  25. GAL
    November 14, 2011

    MS, BELLONY WAS USED BY THE UWP AND DID NOT
    DO NOTHING FOR V/CASE

  26. me
    November 14, 2011

    Why are you people so much in party, you all have not gotten it in your heads that is what that is dividing our people. It it sad to see in 2011-2012, Domincans are so deep in a prty politics thing. Why don’t you people try to support people who can do the job or who we think can do the job. But I will say UWP, labour freedom, all are the same thing.
    We tired get plywood for vote, we must get pass that.

    I am not into politics just looking out for Dominica and Dominicans.

  27. dana
    November 14, 2011

    UWP zoor pwi :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: awa wii UWP party self going from bad to worst Zoor awa awa awa they failin round

  28. voice of dominica
    November 14, 2011

    R.I.P UWP. May you so call humble soul rest in peace….. :twisted: :( :lol:

  29. Chavez Jr.
    November 14, 2011

    Maybe an all women UWP would do.

  30. me
    November 14, 2011

    OLD NEWS, REMIND US OF THE POLICY IN THE 2009 MANIFESTO. OOPS SORYY. I’M GOING TO CHECK IT FOR MYSELF ONLINE. BRB

  31. questions
    November 14, 2011

    LOL… I thought Doreen or Gertude had returned but this is not so. I’m sort of lost here… :( :(

    Title a bit off… misleading.

  32. Crete Coco
    November 14, 2011

    It is a good thing for our women folk to identify with the development of this country. It would be evn better if we had another women come forward and seek for leadership in the UWP. But where are they today. teh names who were mention are noweher enear the political front except Vernoce who is only hoping that the High Court will remove Skerrit, not toput her, but to place Maynard Joseph. Everyone else are history.

    I would have loved to see the new faces of the women folk who are emerging in the UWP. Certainly the only person with any semblance of an ability to even ATTEMPT to rebalance the UWP’s failing poitical and legal fortunes is Mr. Edison James. At seventy years and with sufficient domestic health matters to deal with, one wonders whether Mr. James will want to come back ful time in the ring for another five year term. There is no denying the fact that Spaggs John does not have the charisma and national appeal of mr. Skerrit or Mr.James for that matter. Spaggs appear tired and poitically spent. The women folk may well presenthim with a formidable challenge. but where are they?

    The commentator spoke about society being in decline, but fail miserably to provide the evidence. There is no denying the fact that Dominica faces serious social problems. Montego Bay and Mahaut etc existed long before Mr. Skerrit tool leadership of the country. Te breakdown in agricultural production has more to do with WTO realities rather than Mr. Skerrit. The worter should inform himself that the open market we had during the tiem when bananas moved from crisis to recovery no longer exist. We have to compete with the Latin Americans. Remember Mr. James famous address to the UN when he identified the “economic terrorists” who were after our bananas?. Sadly so we have Caribbean countries buying agricultural produce from the ‘economic terrorists” rather than from Dominica. One reason is because it is cheaper, available in large quantities and always available, even though the quality leaves much to be desired. Should we blame Skerrit for Dominica’s torpography which presents serious challenges to agricultural production.

    Yes we have lost alot of production. But we are not totally respponsible for that. We have to realign our consumption habits and eat moreof what we grow. Bring the UWP women on. They may just work some miracle in this WTO reality. But alsa commentator, you are only dreaming. Have you realised that Mr. there is no place for women in the UWP? Ask leantha Lewis. The old boys and owner of the party will see to it. Can you imagine the dog fight for leadership at the next UWP conference? Should Spaggs John be confirmed as paerty leader and Opposition Leader? not on the death bed of osme people in the UWP. Salisbury is watching.

    • WIKILEAKS
      November 15, 2011

      What is Women Folk…is that a new form of talk in DA…fisher folk, dasheen folk, banana folk…and now UWP folk..I meant UWP Fork.

  33. mouth of the south
    November 14, 2011

    labour said they have all the sexy ladies papa…. the u.w.p can make it back but dominicans are too fearful… those women will be scared to be victimized… mr james also runs u.w.p with an iron fist… wasn’t there a young lady from pointe michel on board??? what happened… i would appreciate women being on the team as time passed… observe the grandbay parl rep is just a figure placed on the d.l.p ticket… but those women on u.w.p team were actually being vocal and putting hands to work.. where did the u.w.p go wrong… or where did dominicans go wrong when they allowed tony astaphan and his fabricated claims of corruption to fool and blind dominicans…..

    • WIKILEAKS
      November 15, 2011

      Mouth please ask the young Williams Senator what happened. Prevost is a sham to come post now. If I were Sabina I would slap prevost with a peice of codfish tail….lol..now that was funny

  34. Dominican
    November 14, 2011

    With reference to the title of this piece, I want to know which woman the pice is talking about. If she is here then I want to know who she is and what she is offering.

  35. Reader
    November 14, 2011

    I appluad Mr. Prevost’s comment. In Dominica, like in so many islands, women tend to play very limited roles in Goverment. Take a look at the current Parliament. Yet, we all know that when laws (particularly unfair ones) are enacted, women are the ones who bear the brunt of it. As timely as Mr. Prevost’s comments are, we need to go beyond words – least they become mere lip service. Our leaders must make a commitment to increasing the number of women participants in government. They must also seek to create an environment that is welcoming. Be sincere about wanting female leaders as opposed to token positions or eye candy. So, kudos to Mr. Prevost for recognizing the need. The proof of the pudding will be seen in what happens next.

    • WIKILEAKS
      November 15, 2011

      Do you really read? Why do spags still post here on DNO?

  36. Why NOT
    November 14, 2011

    Your commentary doesn’t say or give any indication of one of these women offering themselves as front runners. I’m seriously struggling to appreciate your commentary along with the title.

  37. WIKILEAKS
    November 14, 2011

    Mouth of the South and 1979 the UWP is calling you

  38. We the People
    November 14, 2011

    I got to the fifth paragraph, got bored and stopped reading.

    Mr. Prevost, you need to capture the reader within the first 3 to 4 paragraphs.

    Can someone summarize this column in 50 words or less?

  39. IZ
    November 14, 2011

    so Hector days are numbered. Oh boy Hector. U are just the puppet of the UWP. Time to Go! Time to Run! Time to Pack up and GO GO GO GO!

  40. Progres
    November 14, 2011

    All Dominican woman are free to serve in any capacity. I think they know that. Dominica have made great strides forward despite the efforts of a few to bring her down. Please stop the policking long enough to see and also to find ways of helping Dominica rather than trying to bring her down. UWP and its followers need to stop the, get into power at any cost, attitude.

    Why should the government welcome the new member of the opposition, who clocked in just to secure a paycheck just to stay out of parliament and continue getting paid. Does that sound right to you? Don’t answer that. I guess you would not have it any other way.

    Inspite of all our hardships we will move on. Forward we go.Dominica is moving forward slowly , but surely. The opposition are bent on destroying Dominica, if they cannot get into power. Then they turn around and say that they are doing it for love of country. Such hypocrisy!

  41. November 14, 2011

    disintegrating where
    disintegrating when
    disintegrating how, UWP DEAD

  42. Anonymous
    November 14, 2011

    all u know is 18-3…..if U.W.P. was deadwhy is ur leader crying soo much…..one would think all that political clout wwould represent some national movement involving all interest groups……including dissenters…..dissenters are citizens also……CRY ALL U WANT!!!!!!!! 18-3 DID NOT KILL ANYBODY!!!!!! ASK CHARLES SAVARIN AND MAYNARD!!!!!!!……..WHAT CANNOT KILL WILL ONLY MAKE OUR NATION STRONGERRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!! POWER TO ALL MY DOMINICAN PEOPLE!!!!!! POWER IS NOT FOR THE PM ALONE!!!!!!! YOU FOOOL!!!!!!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    • WIKILEAKS
      November 14, 2011

      1979 is that you screaming like that…a what sweeten you?

  43. Anti-hate
    November 14, 2011

    Sounds like we’re being prepped for Old Man Ron’s ouster as party leader.

    • henri
      November 14, 2011

      didn’t you listen to “Matt” last week?, Ron has decided that he has had enough as leader, Eddison said that he is already too old, and Sprags said that he is too young he just come into politics, so these three out. Anyway they say four people out of the party suitable

      • Anti-hate
        November 15, 2011

        OK well if I had just led my party to a historic defeat at the polls and couldn’t even secure my constituency as a PM candidate, I’d probably have enough of being leader too. LOL

  44. ..........
    November 14, 2011

    and y said all this to say :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: i don’t get it.

  45. CIA on the watch
    November 14, 2011

    I am not too sure if our beloved women in Dominican will ever come foward in possessioning themselves to play their meaningful role in the governance of our country, look at the insults that are hurled at them on the political platform, for example the hon prime minister was a classic example when he told Mrs pestina about a coat of paint and cleaning the streets of the city, this cannot be encouragement from our top leaders.

  46. Oh Oh
    November 14, 2011

    UWP is DEAD!!

    • me
      November 14, 2011

      and labour is dying

    • CIA on the watch
      November 14, 2011

      Oh, OH, thats wishful thinking from you, that you will not see in your life time

    • real possie
      November 14, 2011

      Yep u can put a fork in them they are well done.

      • red is in my veins
        November 14, 2011

        @ real possie..I like dat tell em again

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