‘All citizens of Dominica are equal’ – PM Skerrit to Dominicans in UAE

PM Skerrit addressing a Dominica Citizenship Conference in the UAE recently
PM Skerrit addressing a Dominica Citizenship Conference in the UAE recently

Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has told Dominicans living in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), who have received their citizenship through the Citizenship by Investment Program, that they have all the rights and privileges of any Dominican living on the island or in the diaspora.

The Prime Minister visited Dubai and Sharjah recently and emphasized that all citizens of Dominica are equal in the sight of the Constitution of the country and there are no two classes of citizens.

“I wish to make clear, this morning, that you are 100 percent Dominican and that you have all the rights and privileges of any other Dominican, resident on Dominica or elsewhere in the Diaspora,” a press release from Caribbean Trust, an immigration and naturalization service in Dubai, quoted him as saying at a ‘Dominica Citizenship Conference.’

The Prime Minister welcomed the ongoing interest and investments of Dominicans living in the United Arab Emirates in the economic development of the Caribbean island.

The press release said that the Prime Minister noted the government in Dominica is very appreciative of the generosity and ongoing interest of citizens of Dominica, who had acquired that status through the Citizenship By Investment Program, promoted in the UAE by the company CTrustGlobal, Caribbean Trust Immigration Services led by CEO Dr. Aly El Dakroury and Mrs. Nivin Ali.

“I am always very pleased and encouraged when Dr Aly El Dakroury report to me on the enormous desire of our citizens living in Dubai to invest in and play a greater role in the social and economic development of their country,” he said. “Therefore, I urge you today to pursue with pride and determination, your investments in the island. Your contributions to date have assisted with the revitalization and maintenance of our infrastructure, especially since the passage of Tropical Storm Erika, in August last year.”

He added, “The Citizenship By Investment Program has been invaluable in its contribution to the social upkeep of the country. The proceeds from the services offered by promoters such as CTrustGlobal, have been used to sustain our National Employment Program, for example, where we introduce hundreds of young men and women, living on the island, to the wonderful world of work. Funds generated also go to the upkeep of healthcare, public education and the nurturing of our vital agricultural sector.”

The Prime Minister assured citizens, in Dubai, Sharjah and elsewhere in the UAE, that the Government of Commonwealth of Dominica is working feverishly to conclude plans for the creation of a diplomatic presence on Dubai, according to the release.

“Mrs. Nivin Ali and her husband Dr. Aly El Dakroury have been outstanding citizens of Dominica and very prolific producers in the Citizenship By Investment Program offered by their company, CTrustGlobal. We are very appreciative of their efforts. I would like for other promoters in the UAE to follow their very professional approach to the marketing of the Program, so that it remains the premier citizenship program in this region,” Skerrit said.

The release said Skerrit also spoke about the island’s strict due diligence in its Citizenship by Investment Program.

“This due diligence means a lot to us as a country. We do not focus merely on quantity. We wish to ensure that the quality of our program is observed and respected by friendly nations around the world. That is why I urge Promoters here in UAE to fly the Dominica flag with pride. Let prospective citizens and investors know how proud we are of our status in the program and how we look forward to their continued interest and involvement, not only on the island of Dominica but in the wider Caribbean region as well,” the Prime Minister said.

The release noted that during his recent visit to Dubai, Prime Minister Skerrit presided at the launch of the new Silver Beach Resort project which will start on Dominica later this year. He also toured several projects owned and operated by nationals of Dominica living in the UAE.

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  1. Mohammad khan
    February 13, 2018

    Open embassy in UAE

  2. Terence Kamish-Tonge, DBA, MSc. (biol)
    March 14, 2016


    All Dominican citizens there have to do to have sex with kids at any age is to marry them (no minimum age for marriage) and then the kids can get full loads with both barrels.

    That’s the kind of sicko government we have in place folks!!!

  3. Nike
    March 5, 2016

    I am really surprised reading all the comments where many of you do pre-judge that the investors in citizenship are criminals.. Believe me there are many stronger passports in the world that you can acquire and get you to USA and Canada also by investment. To name some, Hungary, Portogal, Malta, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Antigua.. and by the way, if Dominica stops the program, be sure your CC neighbor countries will be not be sad, less competition in this business. I agree though that such country earnings from the program should be invested in strategic development projects that helps the economy..! I am not sure if your problem is with the program itself or the ones who are running the program..! In other words, with concept or the execution?

    • Fakher
      March 10, 2016

      100% right.

    • Terence Kamish-Tonge, DBA, MSc. (biol)
      March 14, 2016

      Sure, sell our passports to countries, like the UAE and most of the Arabic states, where sex with kids (from the time they are born, more or less) is fully legal. Think of the headlines! “Dominican citizen in the UAE proudly marries his lover of 5 years old!!”.. how does that sound to you? Sickening??? I guess.

      There are things in life more valuable than money my friend, explain this to your mates in our government who have already sold their souls to the devil himself for cash.

  4. Kim
    March 4, 2016

    Dominicans, take note of what this means. It means that all these people can vote. It means that Dominican living in Dominica may not be able to determine their leadership ever again. In theory, especially since we have no idea just how many citizens are out there, those people could keep the current administration in power indefinitely. It’s an ingenious plan for the PM. Money from the passports, plus a guaranteed voting block.

  5. I am Purple
    March 4, 2016

    NICE much needed investment for Dominica.

  6. Tjebe Fort
    March 4, 2016

    Don’t tell me Alick Lawrence and P.M. doing all that for love of country.

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      You will believe whatever Lennox Linton, with no criticism to him, when he says whatever he does is for love of the people, even though he has had to pay exorbitant sums of money for libel.
      Note how bias and unfair you supporters are. The rest of the world, especially knows this. You need to be reminded of these things.
      God is good! Patience! Someday, He will put an end to your bias attitude.

  7. Dr. Sam
    March 3, 2016

    We demand an immediate halt to the citizenship by investment programme.

    All international agents and/or sellers must forthwith cease and desist from the merchandizing of Dominica’s patrimony.

    A full investigation has been launched and a full accounting of all monies received must be provided to the people.

    All those who know, or should have known of any unethical or illicit behavior by persons of trust are expected to do their duty and furnish such information to the appropriate authorities.

    Any and all persons found to have abused, violated or otherwise illegally enriched themselves from such sale of passports will be held liable and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

    Please be advised.

  8. Malgraysa
    March 3, 2016

    Yes fellow Dominicans, we are all equal but I am Primus inter pares, more equal than you. Please, don’t forget that. Just call me Skerrit.

    • Shaka Zulu
      March 4, 2016

      :mrgreen: lol this comment reminds me of Animal Farm by George Orwell

  9. Doc. Love
    March 3, 2016

    Was it deliberate or an oversight by the Prime Minister failing to remind to us that whereas all citizens of Dominica under the Citizen by Investment Program are equal and have the same privileges as any other Dominican, they also have the right to vote whether they reside in Dubia, Syria, India, a supporter of Isis, Russia, Malaysia, Arabia, Iran and Macou, even though they don’t even know where the Island of Dominica is located. We must remind ourselves that with all those hotels that are being built, it is possible for these so called Dominicans to come down to Dominica at election time and secure that his party returns to Government. You noticed, I did not mention the United States, England and France , because not much is said about the selling of Citizenship by Investment in those Countries. It would appear, the doctor favors selling citizenship to crooks, terrorists, vagabonds and criminals.

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      Keep on being judgmental; judging others. One day, it will backfire in your face.

  10. FORKIT
    March 3, 2016

    so much mention of resorts and hotels, but where is the international airport…. we putting the cart before the horse. its like the politicians get filthy rich before they can start to do any work, and by that time dominica will worn and broken and it’s citizens owned by some rich people from the other side of the earth….

  11. FORKIT
    March 3, 2016

    that is not true, if you not red then no support or assistance and they brand you as if you were born with party colors in your blood.
    also i heard st jean speaking of universal education and a university graduate in all homes, just to correct him. he meant, ALL LABAR HOMES…


  12. Lingkokwing University alumni
    March 3, 2016

    Equal my A!!! Try applying for a passport or renewing one as a born and bred DOMINICAN… I guess if you can cough up $200,000.00 you’ll get it NO QUESTIONS ASKED but if not, then crapaud smoke your pipe.
    Equal MY FOOT!!!

  13. sandra
    March 3, 2016

    This Government is only interested in the citizenship programme. Tell me how does that benefit the people of Dominica?? It only benefits the PM and his people. No more help for the farmers. Mr. Skerrit one day one day I tell you that you will get yours. Wicked man… :twisted:

  14. Henry Kessinger
    March 2, 2016

    When I read this article by the prime minister, my heart sank. Is this what my late granny and my grandfather worked so HARD for ?! The little piece of inheritance they pass along to daddy and mammy ,the only tangible thing we consider our birthright and many other true blooded Dominicans, Skerrit just gonna pass it along to foreigners, that have no emotional attachment to this beautiful land we call HOME ! THIS pm has to go, by any means necessary…the revolution is NOW !!

  15. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    March 2, 2016

    Roosevelt, you need to shut your babbling mouth, you make no sense!

    You do not have an economic citizenship, by investment program in Dominica. What you are involved into is the sale of Dominica passports, and citizenship to the highest bidder. How many of those unsavory so called Dominicans in Dubai knows the geographic location of Dominica?

    How many of those who bought Dominica passports, and so called investment citizenship has any investment in Dominica; or ever set foot in the country.

    Not one single one of them!

    You would be much better off to simply shut up; what right and privilege are you talking about when you have used the judicial system to take away Lennox Linton Democratic right to speak, Dominica is the only place on the planet where someone made a comment without mentioning any individual name, only to find themselves being prosecuted in court.

    Tell your Dubai Dominica bought citizens that you are a modern day dictator who victimized and take away the…

    • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
      March 2, 2016

      Tell your Dubai Dominica bought citizens that you are a modern day dictator who victimized and take away the right and privileges of our native born Dominicans.

      You deprive Dr. Sam Christian MD, the right and his privilege to function in his trained capacity as a medical doctor in his birth country, for no other reason than more than ten years ago he opposed you in a general election, which is his democratic right and privilege to oppose you. Skerrit boy you are as evil as evil comes; you are wicked, and just our right evil, your soul burns in hell while you are yet alive!

  16. JC
    March 2, 2016

    A country that is in the business of doing citizenship program..shpuld have protective measures in place for its Born citizens. Oh Dominica..what have they done with all the money that is collected for this program…i have not seen any changes in Dominica to prove it is being invested in our country towards its develolment. Is this money going into personal accounrs or in the treasury??

  17. March 2, 2016

    I doh understand how a man can be encouraging people to become Dominican citizen while he making his children in America. One may say one will make a man say or do anything.

  18. BEB.
    March 2, 2016

    Where the due diligence is coming from, if I was given 200 passports to sell, I would like to see how many dollars I will beable to make for myself for my cot ,likewise all the other passport sellers, they too would like to make their fortune. Now explain to me where the due diligence is coming from. Before the reign of the DLP, I knew of a certain lawyer who was boasting of how many dollars he would be make by only singing these passports.

  19. UserName
    March 2, 2016

    H.H. Roosevelt!!!!!!!! poor Statesmanship…… to not even point out to the organizers that at an event of such calibre, it would be better suited to be recognized as H.H. Skerrit

  20. Just Me
    March 2, 2016

    Dear Lord have mercy on us in Dominica. Please deliver us from scare rit. I plead Your Precious Blood over Dominca. Save us O Good and Gracious God. Amen.

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      Thou shalt not use the Name of the Lord, your God in vain. It is a mortal/grievous sin. The penalty and punishment will be severe.
      God knows how much you hate the PM and everything he does. Surely, you know the teaching of what is contained in Holy Scripture which I need not elaborate on.
      As Our Lord Jesus Christ said: Well did Isaiah say: “These people honor me with their lips but their hearts are far from me. In vain do they worship me.”
      Look it up and other passages of the New Testament.

  21. Ideal
    March 2, 2016

    Soon we bred and born Dominicans will be strangers in our own country. We poor Dominicans will not be treated equally, up against these rich new citizens? we don’t stand a chance. I love my country but I might just give up my Dominican citizenship and stay where I am now.

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      If they also feel they have a valid case, they can sue those who discriminate against them.
      If they do not have money for lawyer’s fees, they can apply to the appropriate government department for free lawyer’s counseling and defense.
      I am certain you know D/can nationals who reside in those countries.
      There are D/cans who migrated to those countries, some of whom never worked or paid taxes but who receive financial help from the government. When they become senior citizens, they receive old age security and other assistance. In Canada, they get free Medicare. Some of them, whether they are employed or not, send money to their family in Dominica.
      Some of these, if not all of them visit D/ca with the money they receive from the government.
      If you did not know that, you now know. Do you note how unfair you are? It is also a reminder to be careful of what you state.
      Dominica has somehow benefited from this citizenship by investment. Be grateful!

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      I hope you take good note of this.
      Do not be selfish and critical. Some of you comment without first thinking. All countries now have numerous immigrants and also refugees with more to come. These appear to outnumber the real nationals who themselves feel they are strangers in their country.
      Furthermore, those migrants/refugees did not have to invest to migrate there. Some are non-contributors and are dependent on the government for financial assistance and other assistance; some, until they die. Their beneficiary also receive a few thousand dollars from the government to bury them.
      Those who do not contribute to the economy are burdens on taxpayers, the government of those countries as Europe, Canada and the US of all. In those countries, all are considered equal. They have rights and do not feel as outsiders.
      There are laws to protect them from discrimination. If they feel they are discriminated against, they can lodge a complaint.

  22. Locs Girl
    March 2, 2016

    I call 100% BS on this!

    • March 3, 2016

      While the police is investigating others they should investigate Skerrit too because no way all Dominicans citizens ( whites , Indians & blacks ) will be treated the very same , instead he and his new citizens will be taking us futher into slavery . Someone have to stop those deals Skerrit is making out there we don’t know who those people are and Dominica is not for sale.

      • Face the Facts
        March 7, 2016

        You worry about that? You know who you are, that you are a Dominican. You should be happy that through this program it benefits Dominicans.
        If you are a genuine patriot, you will appreciate it.

  23. March 2, 2016

    while all this selling of passport taking place our hospital is in a sorry state. what a fake

  24. Music Producer
    March 2, 2016

    PM Skeritt said, and I quote: “I wish to make clear, this morning, that you are 100 percent Dominican and that you have all the rights and privileges of any other Dominican, resident on Dominica or elsewhere in the Diaspora,” That means, these oil rich folks come in and buy up all the land, and we won’t have anything left for our posterity. Now that’s equality for you.

    “…there are no two classes of citizens” the man said…does RED and BLUE ring a bell. There are also the ones who give a damn bout the constitution and the rest, well, you already know. This country is officially dead!

    • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
      March 3, 2016

      In the event some oil rich people would come in and buy land, and build homes, and develop industrial manufacturing industries, that would be a good thing, and a plus for the country; for that is what economic citizenship by investment is intended to do.

      Unfortunately what we have in Dominica is simply the sale of passports to criminals mostly; who has absolutely no intentions to ever set foot in Dominica!

      This concern about posterity, has been a set back for all of our nations history, we use that nonsense that the land in Dominica belongs to future generation, never stop to think the living generation are not doing anything with the land we possess!

      Foreigners do help to build nations, we saw a different United Kingdom due to the vast immigration into England, the same apply’s to the United States! Let them come to Dominica, if the do the nation will be much better off.

    • King
      March 3, 2016

      No….next step is them running for political office and getting into Dominican politics.

      • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
        March 3, 2016

        Don’t you know there are Dominicans in place like Canada, the United Kingdom and America holding public office and making decisions which keep the mentioned nations running?

        St. Kitts now boast an International Airport; the idea of building an International Airport in St. Kitts is the brain child of the late Paul Southwell, Dominica born in the village of Castle Bruce, while serving as Premier of St. Kitts, Nevis and Angullia in the 1960’s

        Don’t you know that the Antigua Labor Party was formed by a Dominica country boy the late Levi Joseph form the village of Thibaud along with the late V. C. Bird Sr?

        One of the reasons Dominica is so backward, primitive, and poor is due to our greed for land, and preventing foreigners from settling in the country, review all the developed and prosperous islands in the Caribbean, you will find a large majority of foreigners residing on those islands!

  25. Labourite
    March 2, 2016

    all you will go and sousay sell dough

  26. Trevor Johnson
    March 2, 2016

    Not in the eyes of Caricom.

  27. Donkey
    March 2, 2016

    All citizens of d/a are not equal until LGBTQ individuals are actually treated like fellow human beings, not abused verbally and sometimes physically without their attackers being punished or even condemned in most cases. And all citizens of d/a are not equal until we stop acting like racism does not exist here–because we still elevate people based on their skin colour and lower others based on their own skin’s darkness. Yet we wish to peddle both lies and passports to the UAE. Steups.

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      This is an individual matter. It has nothing to do with the government. Furthermore, those who live such an intrinsic life should keep it to themselves, behind closed doors where it belongs.
      For one, it is against the Law of God and the Law of Nature. It is not, never was the plan that God had for any of his created children, same sex relationship. It is revolting and an abomination.
      God created Adam and Eve; not Adam and Steve. When will you people comprehend that?

  28. Dominica_Is_Ours
    March 2, 2016

    Please inform US Ambassador to Dominica, Linda Taglialatela that Roosevelt Skerrit of vielle case Visited an Iranian Factory in UAE last week owned by a Dominica Citizen. 8)

  29. Red Sweet Roses
    March 2, 2016

    To whom it may concern. What shall it take to awake my fellow countrymen from their slumbering darkness? Are we that daft in what is going on to Ma Dominique? Sooner or later, those who perpetrate crimes against country and humanity will be called to give an account for their deeds. Keep on fooling yourselves people. The time shall soon come when you’ll regret that you support corruption for your own ego, selfishness and greed.

  30. Daryl Joseph
    March 2, 2016

    Thanks DNO for giving me the opportunity to see what’s going on in Dominica,
    It’s also nice to hear things have changed
    Back in the early 90’s I sent my passport home to have renewed they sent it back because there was a watermark on my birth certificate.
    Now all you need is a couple hundred and you can get one?
    Hope the changed is for better
    Good luck

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      In the area you reside was there not an embassy in the capital of the country that you could have sent to have your passport renewed? Was it necessary to have sent it to Dominica?

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      Too late maybe but you should have inquired about it, unless it is a small country.

  31. concern citizen abroad
    March 2, 2016

    The Prime Minister is only concern with the money he gets from these people but very soon You Mr. Prime Minister , you will regret your actions. Have find out about religious status of the people of Dubai ? They are all Muslims who believe in their antichrist named Allah . These people do not believe in the God we serve , They do not believe Jesus is the son of God . They believe in Allah . Allah is an antichrist , so what they are doing is to gain citizenship so they can build their mosque , a place where they worship and hide all their weapons. In the very near future they will take over the Government because they will place a high demand in return for the money and assistance they give now . When the Government cannot meet their demands , the only alternative is to take over Dominica , passed laws for all Dominicans to become Muslims and when they refuse they will behead every one . Read the book of Revelation. All that glitters is not gold my people.

    • Nike
      March 6, 2016

      Not very long time ago, your country was colonized by a country that serves your God and that believes ” JESUS Is a son of GOD” not by a Muslim country… Digging back in the history you will find that the CHURCH was more BRUTAL than any army in the world.. and for your info… Muslims didn’t initiate any world war and PAUL TIBBETS and CHARLES SWEENY the ones who bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 were not Muslims.. So for your God Sake, you might have a point regarding the citizenship program but you don’t have any sense in your arguments..

  32. %
    March 2, 2016

    Over the past 16years, Dominica has probably raked in more money than the rest of the OECS combined…Noone can get an answer to the question:Where has all the money gone? The greatest political curse in our history occured when DLP assumed office in 2000 .This was further compounded when Skerrit from nowhere assumed the position of PM in 2004..The man travels and sees the level of progress taking place in sister islands, but he brazenly takes our country to the bottom of the abyss…No proper hospital,no proper airport,astronomical rate of unemployment,he and his lackeys are calling on supporters to harrass the opposition,no functional institution,etc…..WHERE THE WICKED RULE, THE PEOPLE MOURN! This is wicked leadership!

  33. dissident
    March 2, 2016

    “Your contributions to date have assisted with the revitalization and maintenance of our infrastructure, especially since the passage of Tropical Storm Erika”
    This man is delusional!!!
    Any one of these people can visit Dominica and see de recovery for themselves!
    Passport money didn’t put bailey bridge at Pointe Round Macoucherie, and Batalie!!
    CIP money didnt put de container supported temporary bridge at Boetica gorge!
    De houses for de dubique residents were a donation from venezuela. it wasn’t bought with CIP funds!!
    De $41 or so million price tag for reconstruction at de Melville Hall airport is not CIP funds.

    Someone must figure out that they are being taken for a ride!
    This is not Dominica …….this cannot last too long!

    Skerrit cannot talk like that in Dominica!!!
    Even his supporters know when he lying!!!!

  34. London da
    March 2, 2016

    Very soon all Dominicans will need Visa to go to the UK . EU has just allow Dominicans to visit without ViSa now DLP selling the country . Very soon Dominicans will need VISA to go everywhere.

  35. peenad borne
    March 2, 2016

    We are both a like. I would like to see your text messages to Lap Seng, so that I can better protect you. Transworld America (T. A) is not half as good as I am.

  36. AA
    March 2, 2016

    This indiscriminate passport selling thing is going to be the death of caricom and the oecs. Skeritt how can you sell the people of Dominica to the highest bidder like this why are you not thinking of the long-term survival of Dominicans, not those that have purchased their rights to citizenship. If you are saying that they have the same rights as we born Dominicans that means that they have the same rights to the rest of caricom and this isn’t going to sit well with the rest of the leaders. pretty soon we are going to need visas to visit our neighboring islands. You and your administration are going to put born Dominicans in trouble with this

  37. marie-claire
    March 2, 2016

    This man is sick. i feel sorry for the Dominica living on island.

  38. jonathan st jean
    March 2, 2016

    Due diligence my big toe. How come the Nigerian was given a diplomatic passport. Is it that another meaning for due diligence is called dollar bills under the table for colleagues.
    If all Dominicans are equal then why do you treat Salisbury residents like they don’t deserve assistance?

  39. Minister
    March 2, 2016

    Next election d 666 goin on top d labour logo for all to c

  40. Norman alexander
    March 2, 2016

    Fellow investers do not follow skerrit into his trap. Being equal means like all the failed bussinesses of dominicans urs will fail too c ……. If not we will think u part of scheme cause thats what he represents. We hav no choice as dominicans to think such because he doesnt inform the nation.. Pm u suck an u know it and i been a labourite for the past 15 years. Before u left u ordered the nation to call their neighbours traitors because of ur politricks an den goin an make pple believe ur country so like u

    • Shaka zulu
      March 2, 2016

      I agree

    • Common sense
      March 2, 2016

      Yes, let’s tell it like it is brother. SKerritt need to also tell them how he treats Dominicans, one set one way and another set another way, so they will know what they in for, if they ever, for any reason have questions about things they think that are wrong in THEIR country, Dominica. They need to know everything, IT IS NOT THE PARADISE that Skerritt is painting. Beware, Beware!!!

  41. March 2, 2016

    Who is the traitor now?

    • March 3, 2016

      Skerrit should think before he had made that statement down at St . Joseph because who is the traitor now.

  42. Chris
    March 2, 2016

    So, how many passport did you sell? How much money did you deposit in our treasury? We are awaiting the report.

    • sandra
      March 3, 2016

      That’s a good one. We want to know skerrit how much money you made

  43. After reading the above article I no longer want to be a DOMINICAN am about to denounce my Dominican citizenship .am putting my passport up for sale .This is crazy.saying no more.

    • DeJoker
      March 2, 2016

      That’s not how it works bruh

  44. Viewsexpressed
    March 2, 2016

    “The press release said that the Prime Minister noted the government in Dominica is very appreciative of the generosity and ongoing interest of citizens of Dominica, who had acquired that status ”
    Dat man sick….they buy our birthright name and you call that appreciative. YOu are not gonna see them in Dominica, you already waste states funds and travel far, so what they pay for passports is not investment, it covers your numerous questionable airfares and pocket money.

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      He lied about people as you who do not appreciate anything.
      He did people as you a favor by not exposing your indifferent attitude and hateful ones.

  45. Floridian diaspora
    March 2, 2016

    Hmmm, sounds familiar. The recurring factor. More useless overseas trips, more deals signed, no positive results yielded. You don’t treat all Dominicans equally so don’t act like it. Only the red ones stand a chance in Dominica while the rest of us are at risk of high blood pressure as a result of sucking too much salt. Skeritt needs to quit. Stop managing our country as if it is a shop.

    • Mwen
      March 2, 2016

      All Dominicans are equal BUT some are more equal than others

  46. Peter Potter
    March 2, 2016

    Not true!! Some are more equal than others, in particular if you are a supporter of the DLP regime.

  47. Ol Army Sarge
    March 2, 2016

    That is all well and good as long as some ISIS and Taliban terrorist do not get citizenship by investment then move to Dominica to set up operations.

    • Face the Facts
      March 7, 2016

      This would be good for you; a punishment for your ingratitude.
      God rewards the good and punishes the wicked.
      One day some of you will pay for your words.

  48. eat em
    March 2, 2016

    I’m so glad that I was fortunate enough and blessed, to have lived in Dominica when it was sweet. It always had crooked politicians in my time and before – But nothing in comparison to what we are now witnessing. And the most difficult thing for me to understand, is why the majority of our Island are so doggone blind! People are revolting against the government in the wrong by harming each other – This only serves to strengthens the hand of this corrupt and dirty regime. I’m long to see a change. “HOW LONG? NOT LONG.”

  49. LaybaKaBaMweH_MiseH
    March 2, 2016

    Is that Alick Lawrence on the right, doing well man!

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