IN PICTURES: Parliament meets February 10, 2020

Below are some photos which were taken at the First Meeting of the Tenth Session of Parliament on Monday, February 10, 2019. Photo credit: Caribbean Concepts Photoshop.

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7 Comments

  1. Zammm
    February 13, 2020

    So much fanfare, pump and ceromony, what have you alll done for the poor folks of Dominica?.
    What have you alll done for the African community of Dominica?
    What have you alll done for our first peoples or kalinago people?
    You alll use those two groups to remain in power n help you alll selves..
    Politicians look closely at our poor blacks n Kalinagoes..Are you allll setting the right examples for the youths?
    Look at the situation of poverty, alcoholism n lawlessness, why don’t you alll be living examples..
    Politicians must become exemplars of high moral and Spiritual values… N ethical codes..
    Listening to the sitting of the house, from the speaker, pm, ministers n those even in opposition, welll its just sad.
    Its very worrisome where cabinet ministers from pm to his flock insult, disrespect, make fun of, n redicule the opposition.
    Wannna send a message to you all, one day you gonna be on the other side of the fence..
    Stop the disrespectful behavior.. 100% failure by…

  2. Nature Isle
    February 12, 2020

    Ladies, PLEASE do not take these hats with you when you travel on official government business outside the country. They are very, very inappropriate as professional attire.

  3. RastarMarn
    February 12, 2020

    But wait nuh Carnival come early man!!!

    What dem woman have all dem costume bizniss like dat nuh wiff dem ridiculous hat bizniss on deir head dere nuh,,,

    Dere is a time and place for everything and Parliament is definitely not the place to come displace costume bizniss!!!

  4. zandoli
    February 11, 2020

    DNO, the names of the people in the photos would be very helpful. For example, who is the speaker of the house (the guy in the colorful robe)?

    ADMIN: The captions have been updated.

    • Zandoli
      February 11, 2020

      Thanks very much DNO.
      We do want to be as informed about our country as possible, but not being on island we are not as familiar with the newer faces.

  5. Casio
    February 11, 2020

    These days, if you need to have a degree in brown nosing to get to the top. How young Rolle reach there? i mean i know Alix Boyd Knights is his grand mother, but how he reach there as deputy speaker of the house? fella was just a junior officer in the ministry of commerce under the NEP. then after NEP he went on to the dybt for a year or 2. then over night, deputy speak of the house. waw. im amazed. Congrats to him but i am sure there were many other experienced and qualified choices. id have even preferd if Ed regist was made speaker. He has more experience in public office.

  6. jamie
    February 11, 2020

    Issac you kiss your way right to the top,TOP KISSSA..!!!!!

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