Dominica has third highest unemployment rate in Caribbean

looking for a jobNews Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 20, 2016 – Joblessness continues to be a big problem in several Caribbean nations. In the Caribbean, youth unemployment rates are among the highest in the world, a recent Caribbean Development Bank report showed. Here are ten Caribbean nations with the highest unemployment rates overall according to latest data:

1: Grenada

Grenada has the highest unemployment rate in the Caribbean region. Data as of 2014 shows that Grenada has an unemployment rate of 28.9 percent the government of Grenada says. This marked a drop from 32.5 percent in 2013. Youth unemployment is over 50 percent.

2: St. Lucia

Coming in at second on the list of Caribbean nations with the most unemployed is St. Lucia which according to latest data has an unemployment rate of almost 25 percent. Unemployment in Saint Lucia rose by 8 percent during the 2008-2014 period, and joblessness among young people aged 15 to 24 rose by 15 percent.

3: Dominica

Dominica has an unemployment rate of 23 percent according to latest data available with young people between the ages 15-24 especially impacted. The rate of unemployment for poor households is 40 percent while non-poor households’ rate of unemployment is 16 percent.

4: St. Vincent and the Grenadines

St. Vincent and the Grenadines has an unemployment rate of 18.80 percent according to latest data. In St. Vincent and the Grenadines, one in four young people between 18 and 29 years is unemployed.

5: Jamaica

Jamaica ranks in the fifth spot on the Caribbean nations with the most unemployed. The unemployment rate for youth is considerably higher at 30.3 percent, and the average unemployment rate for women is double that for men: 18.5 versus 9.3 percent, according to the World Bank.

6: The Bahamas

The Bahamas’ unemployment rate stood at 16.2 percent according to the Bahamas Department of Statistics for 2014, released this year. That’s 31,665 people unemployed and most are women than men.

7: Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has an unemployment rate of 14.9 percent as of 2015 with more women being among the jobless.  Youth unemployment is in excess of 31 percent.

8: Belize

Belize came in the ninth on the list with an unemployment rate of 14.2 percent as of 2013, the Statistical Institute of Belize says. Most of the unemployed on the island are women.

9: Puerto Rico

Latest data available as of 2013 shows Puerto Rico’s unemployment rate at 11.70 percent with men and young people between the ages 15-24 especially among the jobless.

10: Guyana

Guyana rounds out the top 10 with an unemployment rate put at 11.10 percent as of 2013 that includes a whopping 40 percent of youth unemployment.

Prakash Loungani and Zidong An, writing in the blog: “Unemployment: Troubles Ahead for Emerging Markets” recently offered some much needed advise to governments. They noted that “restoring the health of labor markets in the Latin America and Caribbean region will require a return to stronger growth as well as more targeted measures to tackle barriers in the creation of private sector jobs, which may vary from country to country.”

“In particular,” they added. “It would be useful to provide assistance for job seekers through a mix of placement services, retraining and—in some instances—subsidies to encourage formal sector employment.”


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  1. Dominican
    May 25, 2016

    Never trust news from BLOGS. AGES 15-24 REALLY? What are Dominicans doing at that age? 15-24? Think of it people, if we want truthful reports we cant use that range.

  2. Mystic
    May 24, 2016

    Ok two things. DNO What was the motivation for printing this story?? 1. The data supposedly which was used for this survey is 2 years old i.e 2014. But what is even more alarming is my second point 2. The article specifically says the age range utilized was 15 to 24 year olds. The average Dominican and I dare say caribbean person enters university in thier 20s. If you interview a 15 to 18 year old and ask Are you working? They will likely say NO I am still at school…..Is not every rubbish that is printed is scientific and is not every rubbish article you need to reproduce to play on peoples emotions. This data us seriously flawed……

    • Mystic
      May 24, 2016

      Also since you are claiming this is from the CDB (which I seriously doubt) can you provide the link to tbe report? Thanks

    • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
      May 24, 2016

      Be it a hundred years old or one day old, it is significant that people become knowledgeable of what id going on in the country!

      Roosevelt Skerrit told Dominicans that Dominica is much more better off than all of the Caribbean islands and compare Dominica to America. He stated Dominica was so financially sound that he gave more than ten millions to the government of Antigua, which is a lie, he also said he gave millions of dollars to Anguillia also!

      Nevertheless, take a look at the terminal building in Antigua, and compare it to what Skerrit has in Dominica that will give you an example of how wealthy is Dominica.

      What he did not tell you all is; no money went out of the treasury, all he did was allow both island government to use Dominica credit! Which Dominica government has also used other islands credit too.

      I dont have the time to explain it research it!

    • Heartfelt
      May 25, 2016

      Get your head out of the clouds and look around you. The unemployment rate is high. Smh

    • Dominican
      May 25, 2016

      You are so right!

    May 24, 2016

    hey, is the CDB that say it not Lennox Linton, but that does not matter they will still blast him. they blast him for everything even when skerrit has a headache they will say is he that cause it.

  4. Kingdom Connections
    May 24, 2016

    Dominica and Dominicans have the potential to build our country but we lack vision. We are still thinking politics and the Government and Opposition not making it better because they are at constant war.

    One is in power and being sidetracked by one who craves power, how you want the country to move on when there’s always a battle in the high places of the country. Election is over, suck it up and help develop your island. I’m sick and fed up with Government and opposition story in Dominica and it’s affecting the country big time. Time to wake up and grow up.

  5. gore mark
    May 24, 2016

    we would be fools to believe the unemployment rate here in Dominica is only 23%, believe me it is closer to 40% than 23 %. it sad to see how easy it is to fool us.
    It’s sad to see how we’ve become :cry:

  6. North East Dominica
    May 23, 2016

    European stats for 2016
    The unemployment rate among young persons was higher than the rate for those aged between 25 and 74 in all Member States. In Spain (53.2 %), Greece (52.4 %), Croatia (45.5 %), Italy (42.7 %), Cyprus (35.9 %) and Portugal (34.7 %) youth unemployment rates were particularly high.
    According to News Americans Dominica unemployment in that category is 23% ????????
    How is that possible?

  7. tet cal
    May 23, 2016

    It was 50% NEP bring it down to 26% :mrgreen:

  8. David
    May 23, 2016

    http://WWW.DOMINICAHOTJOBS.COM should be a start for Dominicans looking for Employment on the island. just saying.

  9. Horse Manure
    May 23, 2016

    sousay selllllll…and make sure you emphasis the llllllllll.

  10. Dom
    May 23, 2016

    What is your definition of poor households and non-poor households? How did you define poverty? What factors were taken into consideration to determine the unemployment rate for this research?

    We need to start provide a proper context from which we can understand what your data means. We may get less negative and ignorant comments if we are provided with relevant and sufficient data to make sense of what is going on. Thank you

  11. eh beh
    May 23, 2016
  12. Try
    May 23, 2016

    If we put. Politics aside, sometimes we can see how to make yourself be self employed. Dominica is among the underdevelop countries and this means that there are so many opportunities to open a business or engage in other avenues.
    Just look at some if not most Dominican men , they walk around looking all old and shabby looking ,beard and hair so unkept. When last you had a haircut . Then go to the barber. Job there.
    Get a pedicure and manicure , job there , what I mean we have to give ourselves the option of rolling our own economy.
    Landscape people yard, job there, sell used car parts, instead of throwing old vehicles, package dried fruit. Sell tours to places of interest , small accommodation for rent. Make shoes, belts and other crafts , paint houses. Water sports , zip lines,and so much more , we must learn to prepare ourselves as a nation,
    Open a gym,
    Detox the body
    Be creative . Govt cannot employ everybody. Open day care for elderly, massage palour casino,electronic…

    • May 23, 2016

      Where is the clientele going to come from?
      It is ok to create services, but you need people to pay for the service.
      With an unemployment if rate of 23%, people budget and pay for the
      necessities and do their manicure/pedicure themselves.
      We need to petition the banks to release the passport money that Skerritt have hidden away to the people of Dominica.
      It would go a long way in revamping our economy.

    • Me
      May 24, 2016

      Good luck! Go and try!

    • Dominican
      May 24, 2016

      What if people cannot pay the barber and all the services of which you speak? Dominica being a agriculture based economy, people don’t or rarely need others to Landscape their yard. If I cut a few yards in Roseau what do you recommend to the guy in the country area? In my opinion Dominica was well structured with Village councils and I think that these councils need to be given a budget with proper mandates for developing their respective areas. The geographical make up of the island of Dominica makes it hard in my opinion to have any real development through central government. When people come to some villages and see nothing going on there, they leave with negatives in mind of Dominica, instead of a country village named Marigot fore instance. Thirty eight plus miles is too far to Roseau for people to be going to look for work. So, if we are going to stop the politics that is a good way to start, push development from Carib Reserve to maybe Woodford Hill. Give the people hope

    • May 22, 2022

      Yes my friend you are either totally wrong or spin of b2b communications firms etc…. the new reply is correct only a fool opens a business believing now is the time of opportunity. You’re in the void! I’m in the void but for me if I can get someone to back me there then because I like you well the first reply understand this moment is not about you and it’s not about me. But if you understand this then you can then you can demand responsive solutions that build inclusion in tomorrow through investment in tomorrow secured and leveraged against the gains you bank today

      2 charity is a dirty word
      3 who cares the it’s a shell game it’s not some conspiracy not like you think and it how business is down outside of the void we have these things too
      4 The problem you fail to see my people don’t get it’s too much for now except this
      A. Don’t worry about what everybody else is doing unless it’s in the context of understanding and in your own ability learning how to do the same.

    • April
      May 22, 2022

      If it’s not illegal and there’s clearly a benefit pick up a book ask questions NOT STERIO TYPED concussions LEARN HOW REAL WEALTH OPERATES. LEARN WHAT REAL WEALTH IS rThen when you have some understanding of what’s really happening then motivation can be determined.

      Personally I think it’s said your government is not stupid self preservation means no matter what they know they need you to be relevant they’re trying but I don’t know if you realized. Dominica the funds not the government not your credit union but the outside funds advisories. Advising you You the company they acquire a some promising what’re ever they through a ton of money at make what are ultimately total wastes of money and then shuts down the company lays off the workers and the funds or the bigger company gets a huge pay day rates / corporate plus now that everyone including the execs from the now closed company are gone or of no consequence the own by resorts empty resorts while pepl are homeless…

    • Aprl
      May 22, 2022

      .. now that the smaller Aquisitions is done that is you in the scenario hotels and Tavel unrealized are the “improvements or infusion of cash they said was for you o but so how it’s just not. The hotels are empty don’t need staff for empty hotel and unemployment etc is the burden of state not corporate. Building business when there’s no traffic the is about find equity in tomorrow as investors but we are never an acceptable risk so w what you needs profit sharing and different advisors. D Dominica is not the client you the commodity it is not an accident. An even power knows without. The ppl then who will protect and continue my relevance.

      Food for thought

    May 23, 2016

    The place have to have high levels because Dominicans fool people to much when they are working. I have lots of problems getting people to work in Dominica they play so much tricks on u especially when you are not on island. they push you around, work for other people when they are supposed to be working for you, you pay them and nothing gets done… also the skill set is horrible, nothing gets finish right, and your money is spent.

    everybody after money NO ONE wants to stay on the job, and while they on the job their phone is in their hands all day on whats app and facebook.

    they spend more time doing other things instead of working for the money you pay them.. someone needs to look into these nonsense and then talk about the unemployment on the island. the people are making themselves unemployed because its easier for them to beg……beg beg..

    I hope my comments gets seen..

  14. Bagaila Bande
    May 23, 2016

    So why does Dominica have ‘non-poor’ and ‘poor’ categories that are not mentioned in the case of the other countries? Also what is the definition of non-poor or poor so we can assess the whole picture. Interesting that the Windward Islands are at the top of the list, a surprise though is Puerto Rico. Let the so called politicians keep playing politics!

  15. Fact
    May 23, 2016

    Never underestimate the ignorance of the DLP supporters. With an unemployment rate of 26%, but they still love their PM.

  16. FRENZ
    May 23, 2016

    The reason why a place like Dominica is harvesting poverty. analyze this

    The lips of the righteous teach many,
    But fools die for want of wisdom. The rich man wealth is in his city; ( Politicians wealth is in the lies and deception and thieving waves panama paper)

    Destruction of the poor, is poverty;
    Destruction of the soul, is vanity.
    The righteous’ wealth is in his Holy Place.

  17. josh shaw
    May 23, 2016

    so skerrit with all his NEP still can see how it goes. labour ka mal twavay

  18. Opinionated
    May 23, 2016

    What a load of nonsense, when you lick on the website it clearly shows that the website is unavailable.


    • Horse Manure
      May 23, 2016

      hahahaha. ADMIN you do right. You mean it still have people alive that believe the DLP can run the country?

      Garcon when you see that government fall and the whole truth come out about that economy…the entire and true state of affairs…including all the corruption…..some people will faint eh.

  19. Mamizoo
    May 23, 2016

    One person made a comment that Dominicans are lazy and that we should go plant rice etc. This is just the level of ignorance that is perpetuated by the soldiers of deception. Anything to defend a totally inept regime. When Dominicans were lining up for the red clinic we were not considered lazy at but instead deserving of the PM’s generosity and love. SMH
    I do agree that we seriously need to go back to agriculture after 15 years of total neglect. The reaity is that this government has destroyed the continuity that is needed to develop agriculture. The true remaining farmers capable of propelling the industry are to independent minded to coexist with the MO of the current administration. The little farmers who are still reliant on handouts from the regime does not have the capacity. The government is not prepared to work with independent minds – take for example the banana farmer from Portsmouth who was publically victimized.
    The same with other industry professionals.

  20. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    May 23, 2016

    Has anyone noticed that Antigua, Nevis, Anguilla, Tortolla St. Kitts, and Barbados, Trinidad and Montserrat are not on the lost; and has anyone noticed all of the islands mentioned the populations are in the hundreds of thousands of in comparisons of Dominica where the resident population is less than sixty thousand people?

    Shouldn’t it be much easier to create employment for less than a hundred thousand people, than over a hundred thousand? If the claim Skerrit made that Dominica is much better off economically than the rest of the Caribbean, or the world for that mater; how Dominica is third on the list.

    Another observation is that unemployment is highest on the islands which economy depends on Agriculture, Antigua and St. Kitts are not on the list, however, there are no banana plantations on either of the two islands. Food for thoughts!

    • Wow
      May 24, 2016

      Telemaque are you retarded or what …..saying that Dominica have a population of less than 60,000 You are crazy and so politically blind.

      • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
        May 24, 2016

        Yes, indeed the residence population of Dominica right now is less than sixty thousand people, I do no care how much retarded you think I am, had you not read the word retarded in the comments I wrote in reference to the child murder in Grand Bay, you would not know that word existed!

        If you wish to prove that the population of Dominica is more than sixty thousand people, all you have to do is tally the amount of people who voted in the last election, you may come near to thirty thousand votes, or nearer to fifty thousand votes.

        There are more than seventy thousand Dominicans alive including those Skerrit sold citizenship to, nevertheless anybody who believe there are seventy thousand people living in Dominica as claimed is a fool!

        They keep claiming seventy thousand people for more than thirty years, now, so that should enlighten you! If you think I am crazy you are an idiot!

    • Kingdom Connections
      May 24, 2016

      I live in Antigua and it’s hard to get a job there but the people create the’r own little businesses, they get food from Dominica and sell the’r provisions and make money. Why can’t Dominicans get more into farming and sell to those islands who do not have. There are always people in Antigua who are willing to buy and resell. Dominicans should never be out of jobs in this self sustaining country.

  21. guest of honor
    May 23, 2016

    What?? All you doe tired lie?? UWP that post that thing dere. impossible for Dominica to have unemployment!!! oh wait… somebody just tell me kissing Skewo a** is not a form of employment… oh boy well it might be true then. Then again in a country of fools who keep voting for these parasites what do you expect. When skerrit finish bleed all you dry he gonna take his millions and leave all you stupid selves cranana and move to some exotic location with his shabine and kids and sit back and laugh at how gullible and down right brainless Domincans are. all I know right now in Venezuela both sides suffering… those who were for and those who were against the government… ALL SUFFERING!!! so continue bawling LAABBAARRRR till your lungs get sore. Chavez daughter have her billions and she not in mizeh with de rest of the Venezuelans who supported her father camem!!! so go ahead keep playing the fool. LLLLAAABBBBAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Saquay sack sot!!!

  22. john wallace
    May 23, 2016

    this figure will be much higher when the NEP program collapses just like Venezuela, so
    by right we should be number 2 for the least

    May 23, 2016

    Labor Ka Twvay

  24. Lang Mama
    May 23, 2016

    Everything about our government is fraudulent. Notice that all the other governments provide an overall unemployment rate. For example Grenada’s unemployment rate is 28.9 %. But the government of Dominica is issuing 23% among young people between the ages of 15-24. They are using the NEP to buffer the real unemployment rate. So what about the people from age 25- 55?
    Then we have unemployment among the poor is 40% among the poor and among the non poor is 16%. What the heck. What is the overall unemployment rate? Say 10% of the ages 15-24 fall in the poor bracket and 5% non-poor then unemployment is already 38% and that puts us at #1.

    • Peace
      May 23, 2016

      It’s right there in the first sentence: “Dominica has an unemployment rate of 23 percent according to latest data available with young people between the ages 15-24 especially impacted.” :roll:

      • Lang Mama
        May 23, 2016

        Typical Laborats Either they don’t read and when they do they read upside down.
        Read sak wish ( bag of stone)

  25. Dominican Passports 4 sale
    May 23, 2016

    Here the joke tho… St Lucia has a higher population than Dominica, so they have more people to look after… A little 70k people DLP cannot look after? NEP not doing NOTHING for us! Also there is a large amount of Dominicans in St.Lucia probably all them that have the Unemployment rate high so.

    • Black jack
      May 23, 2016

      Above comments to Mr.joker if you so cleaver why you don’t step in and do the job some of us are fed up with big mouth ? like you.

    • Me
      May 23, 2016

      And don’t forget either that St. Lucia has only 17 M.P.’! Our government is definitely gonflay.

  26. Wake up
    May 23, 2016

    The people from Dominica are not jobless. They can do farming.
    Plant coffee ,and cocoa , potatoes, onions, garlic, rice etc.
    And then employ ,workers.. Roll the economy .
    Your country is for farming , stop being lazy.

    • guest of honor
      May 23, 2016

      ofcourse they can plant it… but will they get the assistance they desperately need?? will they have a market to sell their produce?? what has the gvmnt put in place to export our produce?? and when they employ workers how they gonna pay them when they cant sell?? all you just like to make excuses to defend labour… yes the people can go and plant… but they NEEEEEDDDD assistance from the govmnt, they need feeder roads to their farms (like what the pple of Salisbury was fighting for) they need fertilizer (like what labar does give to their friends only) they need cargo boats to export their produce to get the income (like what labar has been promising for the last 16 years) they need tax concessions and duty free on the ports for farming equipment!!! go on keep calling the people lazy and close your eyes to the ways in which they are stifling the people so that they remain dependent on hand outs… YOU PEOPLE MAKE ME SICK!!!! BLIND BATS!!!

      • Black jack
        May 23, 2016

        Guest of crappie above all you can say will we why don’t you try to help your selfs instead of depending on the government some of you are lazy rum drinkers talking rubbish, the government will help you guys if you have a good createtive idea ? so come on lazy lots and make my day.

      • giving
        May 24, 2016

        1. Take example on the Haitians, they are making thousands of dollars and they dont get help from gov.

        2. as an employer i have had a very bad experience with the younger people here in D/ca for e.g their work ethics, their production on the job is always little or poor and alot of them has been spoiled by their parents so they dont care that much about working.
        thats it for now i have a lot more to say but i will end here for now

    • May 23, 2016

      So you going to fund the land for them to farm it? Educated them on proper farming practices, buy them tools and vehicles?

      They just have land, tools and an agricultural knowledge just sitting there right?
      Then there is a large market for them to sell the same onions and garlic to support themselves and their family?


    • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
      May 23, 2016

      You are stupid, if everybody in Dominica farm for a living, even if 20% of the people of the country farm for a living where is the market for their produce?

      When you hear the clowns in the labor party, talking agriculture, and Dominica agricultural produce will be available on other Caribbean islands ask them on which island! Suggest the rule out the rest of the Windward islands, Guyana, and Jamaica, an disclosed which of the other islands of the Caribbean where people are staving, and crave Dominica agricultural produce for them to survive.

      You know there is nothing grown in Dominica that cannot be obtained here, nevertheless, when I go to Jamaican, South American shop where green fig, yam and plantain, malanga (tanya) are old, I do not see any American born buying the mentioned. So you all can go ahead fool yourselves and talk rubbish, while you for money and the essentials of life!

    • Tjebe Fort
      May 23, 2016

      You are naive. Yes, I wish what you are saying could be true but ask yourself why it is St. Lucia is exporting bananas to the U.K. when we are not. Look at Dominica like a football club or a company. When the performance is not up to scratch you replace the manger, not so??

  27. way papa
    May 23, 2016

    Labour pains!

  28. Steddy mobbing
    May 23, 2016

    Thats not news thats common knowlege , but still they continue to vote for the DLP. I myself is unemployed also , with an associates degree and 8 CXC subjects ….. Smh

    • d-a born
      May 23, 2016

      “I myself is unemployed also”

      So much for 8 subjects…lol

    • Me
      May 23, 2016

      Associate degree? you even mentioning cxc and only 8 when children have 10 and up? I am sure your associate is not even accredited, Take a seat and let qualified people talk,

    • Tjebe Fort
      May 24, 2016

      You forgot to pass the exam in English bro, maybe that is why.

  29. truth
    May 23, 2016

    nonsense ,i believe ,dominica is first, it is impossible that st lucia unemployment rate is higher than dominica;s own ,lie that, that iis for who does;nt know dominica,and st lucia,

  30. Bayfront
    May 23, 2016

    Dominica and Dominicans are known Globally as a Highly Foolish Society Period..

    They keep accepting the garbage spewed by this labour regime daily for poor governance

    Dominica is a waste of time generally if they had any sort of upright thinking citizens they Would enforce some sort of change. but being weak, lack luster and ignorant the figures Will always add up…

    Fools Paradise…Dominica…

  31. cameron
    May 23, 2016

    What is new,so why worry,the ones in it are not complaining.

    May 23, 2016

    I need not say too much. This Data id flawed. What about the unnamed West Indian islands such as Trinidad?
    DNO you muct wheel and come again. How do you assess these in connection with viable sources of data that speaks a different tine such as IMF and World Bank and ECCB ? Who wrote this piece DNO that staff must get work to do cannot be taken seriously at all.

    • My 2 Cents
      May 23, 2016

      That’s DNO for you SIKIWEE. Dominica Nonsense Online. They are not a reliable source of news

      ADMIN: This is not our story. It was a story we republished. And why are you commenting on a nonsense news?

  33. Tjebe Fort
    May 23, 2016

    You mean despite all these young [people in NEP we still ranked so bad? Looks like that program is con then?

  34. Shaka Zulu
    May 23, 2016

    All we been asking for is increase productivity, private sector growth and some inovation. How can we go anywhere when we hell bent on begging and makibg money by questionable means. Our policy for sound economic growth is non existence. A country cannot be developed by a government, whoes only economic plan have been get grants and loans from whoever willing to give and having no means ti pay it back. Bottom line is policy makers in the region are sub standard and too focused on how long they stsy in power. Secondly our population is to weak when it comes to holding Government responsible.

  35. eat en
    May 23, 2016

    No one should be surprised at this info. I don’t call it “news.”

  36. eat en
    May 23, 2016

    Most of the labor party supporters are illiterates and the few available jobs go the “not so illiterate” ones. So yes, Dominica is at the bottom of the barrel which has no bottom when comes to unemployment. Blame Scare-it!!!!!

  37. May 23, 2016

    is it only a government who create work. Well the same America NY times ask them how many of their young men are working, Dominicans should get together like the Indians and start a factory with coconut make oil and soap . Koolomonos

  38. Laura B
    May 23, 2016

    8-O Labour ka twavay avec zot paka twavay! :-D As Asa Bantan say, ” Look, take dat, learn dat!” :mrgreen:

  39. Anonymous
    May 23, 2016

    I think “UWP operatives” wrote to the CDB so they could publish such reports. This cannot be true. Money flowing like water in Soufriere these days and even Ian Pinard say unemployment rate down there is just 2 percent.

    UWP operatives are at it again. :lol:

    • dissident
      May 23, 2016

      This is the same CDB we getting loans from to fix our roads since our begging efforts on behalf of Patricia Scotland went up like smoke in de air.
      Added to that skerrit went on a vigorous fund raising effort to meet his friends, Kings , Dukes, Princes and whatever. …..he yet to make a statement on his accomplishment…….just like de baroness
      So now we taking soft loans.

      I forgive your ignorance!

    • The Real Thing
      May 23, 2016

      Nice tongue in cheek contribution Anon?

  40. Jenny M
    May 23, 2016

    We can hire the young to sell The country i mean passport.

    • Dominican Passports 4 sale
      May 23, 2016

      We’re on it. :wink:

  41. Jenny M
    May 23, 2016

    The Country nice boi. 5 more yrs, 5 more year. :lol:

    • eat en
      May 23, 2016

      :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Ten more years of sucking salt????

  42. %
    May 23, 2016

    Dominica is governed by a ………man that many people would not entrust to manage their roadside business..We are last in all the major
    economic indicators…Skerrit keep on telling his fools that we sre the best..WHAT A COUNTYRY!!!

    • Mahaut
      May 23, 2016

      Idk if we blind in Dominica but that labour party need to go …skerrit I sure u just see all them Lil boys by the road side y because no work Crime will increase u see big day they volehing

      • Dominican Passports 4 sale
        May 23, 2016

        Laborites need to go too, we will never move forward with these type of people holding us down…

      • Next level socio-political economics situation
        May 23, 2016

        U don’t know? U liar
        They dotish , retarded and wicked.

  43. natural dominican
    May 23, 2016

    This among other economic issues is what Dominican politicians should be talking about. Instead i have a PM that supports an accused ….; an weak opposition that won’t bring it to the government and a people who applaud when idiots go on platform and ridicule the issue of child abuse and a women’s right to choose…We been through our highs and lows but for the first time i must say “I am disappointed in my country.”

  44. Jonathan St Jean
    May 23, 2016

    Yo Skerritt I’m sure you will spin this story and brag that Dominica’s unemployment rate is not the worst in the Caribbean.Ever since you took office of PM everything keeps on going backwards.All sectors of the economy are in decline.The Europeans used shiny trinkets to fool our forefathers in Africa and you have used bitumen on the roads to fool the Dominican people who support you.For sure when bitumen is wet from the rains in Dominica it does shine.After 15 years you should have been able to show better.By the way when are you going to conclude the deal to purchase Colgate Palmolive/DCP.? Roosevelt,you are the worst thing that happened to my beloved country,Dominica

    • Silverforks
      May 23, 2016

      Real talk… And I hope Rosevelt Skerrit is reading this.

    • Dolce Vita
      May 23, 2016

      Well right now is not bitumen, is concrete they filling the holes in the road with after he increased the tax on license. :lol: the country nice :-D we sucking the salt, right now there are jobs in Montserrat they advertising, because this government cannot take care of 70k with our current GDP. making things worse Venezuela can no longer help, when Petro Caribe close down will hit the fan.

  45. No Surprise
    May 23, 2016

    What else is new…. sigh

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