United Workers Party (UWP) Candidate for the Vieille Case Constituency Clement Marcellin has called on Dominicans to, “keep the hope of a better Dominica alive.”
He was speaking during a meeting held in the Bronx, New York on the weekend.
“Keep the hope of a better Dominica alive,” he said. “Dominica is in a state where the economy is in disorder and our livelihood is once again challenged.”
According to Marcellin, it’s time for change.
“It’s time for us to move to a new level,” he stated.
He called on Dominicans across the globe to get up, stand up, “let’s toil, let’s work hard, let’s dream big because we are now responsible for preserving a Dominica which is geared for our future generations.”
“We are now charged with the responsibility of protecting our nation for our children’s children,” he added.
Marcellin went on to say that people are free to make their own decisions and choices, “but it should not be at the expense of our future generation since we are mandated to do so with pride and dignity.”
“Search deep within ourselves and ask what is it that we want?” he asked.
Marcellin urged Dominicans to look deep and analyze every single word that is being uttered on any platform upon which they can make a firm decision.