Chief election officer to investigate UWP Grand Fond concerns

UWP supporters near the electoral commission's office on Monday
UWP supporters near the electoral commission’s office on Monday

Chief election officer, Steven LaRocque, has promised to investigate complaints by the United Workers Party (UWP) in the Grand Fond/Riviere Cyrique Constituency.

Party leader, Lennox Linton, also said the UWP is preparing documents to challange “the outcome and results of that seat in the court.”

On Monday Linton said his team was able to meet with LaRocque to discuss the matter.

The UWP has been staging protest action over what it claim was “fraud and mass irregularities” in the Grand Fond/Riviere Cyrique seat recount.

“We met with the chief elections officer Steven LaRocque,” Linton said on Monday. “We did not see the chairman of the electoral commission. LaRocque, based on our complaints, promise to have an investigation into the matter within seven days.”

He also told party supporters gathered outside the electoral commissions office that the party is preparing documents for court on the matter.

Linton also expressed concerns that police officers were “armed with guns” outside the electoral office as if “people came for trouble.”

“Based on what I am seeing, we are in a police state,” he said to supporters. “I am concerned and you also as law abiding citizens have to also be concerned.”

Linton reminded those gathered that it is not over yet.

“We just have to be patient but change is a must,” he said.

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112 Comments

  1. regret
    March 2, 2015

    Will vote Thomson if the hve another election…these labour ka travi full of bs.. they think of only themselve…

  2. December 16, 2014

    The Facts you are someone after my own heart you are giving just the right answers to these idiots they are so full of hate they cant even think straight they believe so much in Linton They could do anything for him whereas he would not do the same for them But what am I saying he is their Prime Minister He is so clean he came straight from Heaven what A Laugh

  3. uk Dominican 1o1
    December 16, 2014

    i juat dont like prediction people was saying U W P going to win, another thing eat them drink them and vote them out i just did not like to hear that.

  4. TimTim
    December 16, 2014

    Great job LL; Team Dominica and the patriots. Remember though the big prize is the plan for electoral reform presented by the Commission to the first meeting of the house for consideration and debate.

    Dear All keep your eyes on the prize.

  5. The Facts
    December 16, 2014

    Linton calls on supporters to demonstrate. I guess these are they who are unemployed who have time to demonstrate during week days.
    He seeks the presence of the Chief Election Officer and others in authority. Yet, he still says he will take it to Court. If this is your intention, why are you demonstrating? Why do you want to see the Chief Election Officer? You know whatever he states will not satisfy you. Then just go to Court and leave these people alone to conduct their business in peace.
    Why can’t you let Fontaine go on his way? Why not advise him that he lost the election by eight votes and he should return to the US where jobs are more plentiful? He has a degree and he could get a good paying job there. What is his problem that he cannot return to the US and prefers to fight for a seat in Parliament and a mere eight votes?
    I thought after election is over, Dominica would return to normal but I was mistaken. You have set Dominica in disarray, more divided and annoyed many nationals.
    Linton, you are a bad egg. I never thought you were as bad as this. It appears this is your character and personality trait, to wage a war and create lack of peace. What do people expect from one who lacks peace?
    Lord, please put a hand and restore Dominica to normal peace.

  6. Dominica/Gwada
    December 16, 2014

    me myself am not for no party i only voted once when i was 18 and now am 42 i am a french citizen and i don’t live in DA but do come home often and love my DA and i do not find it right to be voting in 2 places just like we have alot of dominicans with citizenship of different countries carrying two passports. why don’t just try the procedures the french have in voting like everyone supposed to have an electoral card and when u go to vote present ur ID then there a flyers with all the candidates name , picture, and party name and the voter must take one in each and it’s behind the curtains u choose the one u want to vote then place it in an enveloppe and if u want to spoil that ballot u put more than one in the enveloppe so there would be no risk about X passing line and stuff like that

  7. Truth and Justice
    December 15, 2014

    To be honest, I hate the thought of Dominica having an armed police force as America has, police with guns is bad news for any democracy and the citizens. To have peace we must all be peaceful. Well the democratic process is not over with at the end of polling, it continues in Parliament, with question and answer time and debates and peaceful demonstrations, and referendums, that is what is meant by government of the people by the people, as the PM offered during the swearing in ceremony in his speech.
    So Dominicans unit and organise to bring about change which we can be proud off. When will the opposition bring about the change and return to parliament to start work.
    Workers do not let them bring a wedge between you by calling for change of leadership. You have a leader, he did well in leading the party to increase the number of seats.

  8. ?????????
    December 15, 2014

    Impressed with lennox so far….in just over a week and he already getting favourable responses…. i cant wait for him to get inthe house and demand electoral reform!!!

    • Osanna Mowanga
      December 15, 2014

      The police need to join the protest.
      Dominicans, if you love Dominica plrase make it your business to pray for Mr. Linton.
      I believe he has the interest of Dominica at heart.
      Had it not been for him Skerrit would have already sold the entire country including the people.
      Have you reflected on the number of corruption he has been able to bring to light?
      Let us make it our business to pray for this man.

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      Through demonstrations? Could he not pursue a peaceful channel? I am not impressed.

      • First timer
        December 16, 2014

        Facts. Get your facts straight. Demonstration does not mean war. Wasn’t it a peaceful channel. Did you see or hear of any violence during the demonstration? I believe in justice and if it takes thousands of demonstrations to bring justice then let it be.

    • anon
      December 16, 2014

      what favourable response? What did u expect the response of the cheif elections officer to be. It is time the UWP change its verbage, words like DEMAND will get them nowhere.

  9. December 15, 2014

    Dominicans, what is wrong with you. We saw what happened in 2009 and we did nothing to effect a different result this time round. The time for protest was soon after the 2009 election. We should have put and maintained the pressure back then.
    How can we expect a different result when we keep doing the same thing, i.e NOTHING TANGIBLE. Look across the world, people are protesting long and hard for their rights, willing to make sacrifices even their lives. What are we willing to sacrifice in Dominica, we are all just talk and hot air.
    Skerrit knows that so until we show him our determination and resolve, nothing will change. You Labour supporters will one day pay the price for all the nonsense you are doing. You have no concept of what being free is, you are all singing for your supper , even the educated ones, let alone the great unwashed among you!!!!!!!!

    • Anonymous
      December 16, 2014

      Dominicans have reject this nonsense,
      Skerrit understands the public wants tangible
      Benefits like roads not petty talkers who
      Only seek promotion.

  10. fed up
    December 15, 2014

    I vote for my first time, and I still can’t believe is a pencil we use. It was always so ?????

    • December 15, 2014

      Yes it was always like this. In case you make a mistake and put the X in the wrong place, you will be able to erase it. With pen you cannot cross it out, because it would become a rejected ballot.

  11. December 15, 2014

    If Thompson win give him the seat , if Ivory win give him the seat.Dont put a loser in a winners seat.one bad apply will spoil the bunch.Take my foolish advice.

    • JOHNNY
      December 15, 2014

      You are a very wise man Pedro.

    • King_Skerrit
      December 15, 2014

      Pedro we miss you on FB- come back :( :cry:

    • Neutral Reader
      December 15, 2014

      Pedro I thought it was a typo apply for apple I had to look at my keyboard to see how close Y & E were and they are reasonable far apart not to make a typo if one can spell. it it was say T 4 Y I would understand. Pedro you are a dunce. Please speak do not type write por favor , s il vouz plait!

  12. committed Dominican
    December 15, 2014

    Hon.Linton, keep this fire burning we are with you. No ease up, these thugs have gotten away with too many atrocities.

    • Domnichen
      December 15, 2014

      atrocities???? Are you kidding me?

      • Neutral Reader
        December 15, 2014

        you’d say more than that? Atrocities is putting mildly Dominechen? lol!

      • workers
        December 16, 2014

        yes they have gotten away with to much dishonesty.

    • Ex DA law man
      December 16, 2014

      I agree.Some of our people are led blindly because of a few dollars, because it’s free.They are sacrificing their kids future for a few dollars.Just remember party changes.What are you guys going to do.At
      The swet of your brow you should it bread.Not at someone’s else’s expense.Christians take heed.Wake up my people and take that veil of your eyes.Country first.

  13. Anonymous555
    December 15, 2014

    i think the blues is seein to much red…dats y change is not a must

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      :lol: :lol: :lol: :Their eyes are blood-shot red. :lol: :lol: :lol:

  14. Colored Shades
    December 15, 2014

    “Special” You are a special kind of Idiot! one that should be left in the wild and fed on theremains of the spoils of the likes of Tony Arstaphan and Lennox Lawrence.
    On to the topic at hand: There will not be change if we as Dominicans continue to live in fear and leave the heavy lifting to “Lennox and the boys” who is the opposition? Is it Q95 (Matt & Carlisle) the six elected from the UWP or is it we the people who know better? THE POWER IN THE PEOPLE IS GREATER THAN THE PEOPLE IN POWER!!!! when will we learn that or is it that the people who taught us to stand up because they are now the Technocrats we think we will one day hold their positions and so we play dumb and docile…..UNICEF took back a plantation for Grandbay and we sit and quiver in fear waiting for some other people to take back our democracy for us….STUPESSSSSSs Wake up people!

    • anon
      December 15, 2014

      Colored Shades. you are the one who needs to wake up from your slumber. You still continue to believe all you hear on Q

    • Osanna Mowanga
      December 15, 2014

      do you all remember what happened to the castle bruce estate when the people stood up?
      there is power when the people unite. Keep the fire going. Do not back down.
      Dominica is for Dominicans not one man-skerrit

    • Anony
      December 16, 2014

      Calling names,
      That is how you planned to win?
      Hahaha,
      Go on my friend!

  15. philme
    December 15, 2014

    wow it’s 2020 elections already linton is the only one running

  16. Anonymous
    December 15, 2014

    I am in total support it’s high time this OLD LADY from Grandfond stop that DIRTY politics I remember being an agent for UWP in that constituency and to almost every Ballot counted for Abraham Brown these … were saying spoil ballot I had to put my foot down and said not over my dead body every ballot is good and noticeable or else Mr Brown would have lost and the Labour Candidate would have won theses people are very EVIL and WICKED

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      If the ballots were spoiled you regard them as being good? You cheated for this man, Brown. Not fair at all! You cannot be trusted and was not worthy of that position.

  17. Righteous
    December 15, 2014

    Linton also expressed concerns that police officers were “armed with guns” outside the electoral office as if “people came for trouble.”

    “Based on what I am seeing, we are in a police state,” he said to supporters. “I am concerned and you also as law abiding citizens have to also be concerned.”

    If carry a gun is a standard procedure for policemen in the country, why make such a statement. Linton need to come better than that. If you believe that there was some irregularities in the results, face the EC with your team. You do not need a bunch of people threatening to storm the EC office.

    Are you trying to incite something so then you can go after the police and say Dominica is a police state. Enough with the propaganda man.

    One Love Dominicans!!!!

    • Looking In
      December 15, 2014

      Tell us when and where have you seen a Dominican Police Officer walking around Roseau or anywhere else with a gun. Until you can, i suggest you stay where you are.

    • Gen Challoteville
      December 15, 2014

      Nobody was threatening to storm EC office. They were there on Friday and again on Monday, and NO ONE stormed anything. Stop jumping to your own conclusions. This is a Democratic country and people can exercise their constitutional rights to seek what they want.

  18. Discombobulated
    December 15, 2014

    I just do not see the logic of bringing protesters to the meeting. Of course police had to be there with guns. Dominicans are very very short tempered people. Lennox is being silly. What if people he asked to go there started smashing up the office. Who would be blame for that behaviour? He cannot control every dominican. Tensions running high. If you have evidence then parliament, court, caribbean court. Take it step by step. Labour self should just let go the seat and call it done. Because this thing is getting ridiculous. I really cannot see why these politicians don’t act as adults. Tantrums, mapwi, guttery and accusations. It’s just p me off.

    • December 15, 2014

      give lennox better credit than that .lennox is a good leader much has being said to discredit him but to no avail.

  19. December 15, 2014

    good move continue the fight

  20. Phoenix
    December 15, 2014

    Just my two cents…so don’t bite my head off. For the 2009/2010 elections, the DLP candidate for Roseau central, Mr. Alvin Bernard lost by 3 votes with 54 rejected ballots in his favour…he never contested it or made a big hoopla about it. The situation is now reversed and the UWP are asking for island wide protests and it is clear that the are making a mountain out of a mole hill. Its always fair when results are in their favour and unfair when its not. I’m not saying that people cannot protest or voice their concerns publicly, but really Dominicans enough is enough with these gentlemen.

    • December 15, 2014

      my friend the phoenix even though you do not understand and maybe you are refusing to understand but the struggle will continue, must continue and the will of the people must prevail. change is compulsory jump high, jump low change must come!!!!!

    • checking
      December 15, 2014

      The opponent had a lot of rejected ballots too; and in both cases the x touched the line. So it wasn;t an issue. There are a lot of paros in Roseau and many of the physically challenged from the home and otherwise voted.

    • Gwo Tay Tay
      December 15, 2014

      Yes your damned head needs to be bit because the same ballots rejected for mr fontine was accepted for mr stepehenson. So tell me how can that be right??????????????????????????????????????? Stop making politics cloud your judgement whether red, green or blue it is WRONG.

      • Barbara Saunders
        December 16, 2014

        Gwo Tay Tay? The ‘same” ballots rejected for Mr. Fontaine [was] accepted for Mr. Stephenson? Are you listening to yourself? and you sound very angry at what you just stated as a fact! I don’t even know how you people feel comfortable repeating these senseless things and then seek to create riots based on them!

        I read some very angry posts prior to the elections about the fact that Police were at the airport and why they were not able to protect the equipment. That was after a lengthy radio interview given by the DASPA CEO Mr. Bardouille in which he clearly stated that the equipment was located at Captain Bruce, some distance away from the airport. I guess he was playing politics with where Captain Bruce is located.

        The crazy thing is that you people want to hear and believe what you want to hear and believe and still want to turn around and swear at other people who take the time to inform themselves so that they don’t get dragged into any uninformed mob.

        I too wish that some effort will be made to change to the electoral laws and undertake cleansing of the lists in keeping with the laws, but I am not persuaded that all of the misinformation which is being used to play on people’s emotions is the best thing for us in Dominica.

        I have great difficulty understanding how six of the seats won in this election were won fairly and squarely on the same lists and same electoral process, with serving Ministers losing their seats, while the other fifteen were all stolen. I
        also do not understand how the diaspora voters associated with the UWP who came to vote, some of whom I saw myself, others who were all over the media and seen by all were acting legitimately while those who came for the other side are thieves and robbers and criminals etc. I also am in no position to say that those associated with the UWP did not receive tickets or other inducements to come in to vote as there were rumours on both sides.

        Finally, If we listen with only one ear and see from only one eye after a while we will begin to walk lop-sided and our entire body will begin to lean to one side. We would more than likely lose the use of the organs on the other side and what would we have then? A lop-sided population with no balanced thinking or behaviour?

        Grace and peace this Christmas season and beyond in this fair and blessed land of ours!

    • Allie
      December 15, 2014

      You should not forget that Mr. Ron Green won in 2009. Your part reversed it. Your candidate won by 2. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. Probably Mr. Bernard did not want to contest it.

    • Solomon
      December 15, 2014

      That is not true, Phoenix. There were extended recounts of the votes in Roseau Central in 2009. Your statement that DLP graciously accepted the results in Roseau Central is not true. They fought hard to get the edge by insisting on several recounts.

    • Neutral Reader
      December 15, 2014

      So qui sa ou ka dire?

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      This shows how unfair they are. They are only out for trouble. Their day will come when they will pay for their actions.

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      They are not gentlemen. Gentlemen do not act in this manner.

    • BRAIN DAMAGE
      December 16, 2014

      Friend, in the Roseau Central 2009 General Election, there were two imported voters,
      but in the Grand Fond constituency 2014 G.E, it was an overwhelming of imported voters
      and an overwhelming of disputed rejected ballots. You see the problem?

  21. December 15, 2014

    Now that the election dust has settled, it is time for the opposition leader and the parliamentary representatives, along with their supporters, who, by the way, are the majority of the voters on the ground in Dominica, to pick up the residue of the struggle, so to speak, to demand the change that was denied on December 8th, 2014.

    It is high time that we have free and fair elections in Dominica as most of the other Eastern Caribbean islands do. We have to hold the feet of the prime minister and the electoral commission to the fire. We cannot allow elections to be conducted the way it has for the past three electoral cycles. Something needs to be none and it needs to be done now. If massive demonstrations and picketing is whats needed to get the attention of Skerrit and his goons then so be it. We know that the police will be out in force but we have to stand up to the police commissioner as well and let him know that we are in a free democratic society and we are protected by the constitution of Dominica.

    With Honourable Linton’s organizational skills, I know that he can command his supporters (us) to remain calm and orderly so as the police will have no reason to open fire upon peaceful protesters. However, if for any reason the protest would become unmanageable, we must bear in mind that the police cannot and should not open fire on the citizens.

    Albeit, unless we demand change and stand for what we believe, Mr. Skerrit will continue to manipulate our voting process and by so doing will prevent leaders with better vision and insight from ever getting the opportunity to govern. He will stifle innovation, impede progress and Dominica will continue to under-perform as it has done for the past fifteen years.

  22. miranda
    December 15, 2014

    Get to work people get your rules and facts right for next time for now get to work u are being paid right?

  23. Lougawoo Mem
    December 15, 2014

    I have no confidence in any of the political appointees. Dominica is no longer a true democracy as we once knew it. I am sad the supporters of the government are so blind that they can’t see what’s taking place in the country is not good for its future. Only time will tell.

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      They are not blind. They deserve credit. It is which way you see it and who you support.

  24. Lougawoo Mem
    December 15, 2014

    I have no confidence in any of the political appointees. Dominica is no longer a true democracy as we once new it. I am sad the supporters of the government are so blind that they can’t see what’s taking place in the country is not good for its future. Only time will tell.

  25. December 15, 2014

    We must all agree, that the whole world knows where Grand fond is. I would be delightful if focus and attention would be given to the fixing the 2& 1/2 miles of road from. Rosalie to Grandfond.

  26. blog
    December 15, 2014

    Let the courts have the last say on this one. There was clear violation of the electoral and constitutional laws. Do not relent fight for your rights and the rights of Dominicans.

  27. WISER NOW
    December 15, 2014

    Take it to the international press. Let them world see that Dominica is slowly becoming a communist state. BTW who is that police woman in red? Eh beh weh

  28. candia
    December 15, 2014

    Mr Linton if you are preparing for court ,why waste Steven time. You should preparing to take the matter to parliament ,because there is nothing the office can do to help you.

    • Gen Challoteville
      December 15, 2014

      That is all part of the process, let Lennox go through the channels as he have to. No one is wasting anybody’s time. It is the function of the electoral commission to KNOW AND BE PART OF what is going on.

  29. NOT Serious
    December 15, 2014

    Lennox ! What you should be doing this morning is swearing -in as opposition leader, to do the people’s work. If you do not want to lead give it to Francis.

    But wait , you do not want the gun appointed president to swear you in.

    STOP YOUR FOOLISHNESS!

    • December 15, 2014

      not serious that name suggest exactly the kind of person you are . keep your half baked advice to youself lennox is the leader why not make austrie leader in your dlp ?

      • NOT serious
        December 16, 2014

        Silver bird,

        UWP TEAM DOMINICA needs change! CHANGE IS A MUST , for UWP LEADERSHIP 2020.

        in the mean time five more years!

  30. Domnichen
    December 15, 2014

    The DLP should just hand over the Grand Fond seat to Linton, for good measure; but then again, that might lead him to contest the other seats because he desperately wants to be PM. What did Edison put us in?

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      You said it. This is why he is angry.

    • BRAIN DAMAGE
      December 16, 2014

      There should only be a bi- election issued. Let the winner win FAIR and SQUARE.

  31. December 15, 2014

    the Policemen and women lookin calm and relaxed..they are even lookin like rookies so why is linton tryin to paint them in such a violent light?…i guess he is tryin to instigate sumthing else

    • Just Observing
      December 16, 2014

      More than 75% of the non-gazetted officers are supporters of the UWP. They were there to protect Linton from President Charles Savarin. Imagine the Police Welfare Association, at the height of an election campaign met with Mr. Linton to negotiate salary increases and other work related benefits. Isn’t something amiss. Is that a reflection of a police state Mr. Linton? You called on your supporters to march on the Electoral Office for answers. It was an illegal public gathering contrary to the Public Order Act. You think you could control your marauding crowd?

  32. grell
    December 15, 2014

    Counrty of corruption,Skerrit has this country doomed.

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      And you add to it with your negative words of gloom.

  33. TRUTH
    December 15, 2014

    you lie ,you do not want joshuah ,you want labour ,you just like to beg

    • checking
      December 15, 2014

      That comment looks like it’s meant for @special. Could be DNO accident.

  34. Oh Please!
    December 15, 2014

    Yes Lennox. You start on a good foot. I feel sorry for Dominica.

    • The Facts
      December 15, 2014

      Good foot you say? A joke? It is more like a bad foot. Stay tuned for more and worst later.

    • WISER NOW
      December 16, 2014

      Dominica will THANK Lennox even long after he is gone. We DEMAND Electoral Reform NOWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  35. Special
    December 15, 2014

    Okay Mr. Linton – Change is must – when you all make up all minds to go to the House of Assembly and stop drawing salary without representing the people. But what is the hold up on who is the Leader of the Opposition.

    Joshua for Leader of the Opposition.

    Zico for Roseau – Leader

    Thats the change we want

    • Rocks
      December 15, 2014

      When did Mr. Linton decide not to go to House of Assembly?

    • Changer
      December 15, 2014

      Gosh, you guys are so afraid of Linton. makes us want him more. He is not push over and will not be taken advantage of by NO ONE. Mr. James was much too nice. Linton is who we need to be a guardian of the State. We love Linton and he will not be push over nor walk over. Relentless, fearless and never giving up for the rights of the people, justice and truth. Lennox Linton… He is our Leader.

      • The Facts
        December 16, 2014

        A consistent fighter and always fighting. There is no peace with that man. He turns a place upside down and in and out. Not good at all. Why would you support someone as he? Do you not like peace?

    • December 15, 2014

      Change is a must—- no ministry for Ivor.. aaaaaaaalah. hihothedeli and the cheese stand alone. hahahahahahahahahahaha!

  36. Bomboclat
    December 15, 2014

    Worry with Steven! That not going nowhere!!

  37. Doc. Love
    December 15, 2014

    You better tie your waist, Skeritt. It is going to be very rough, politically, for the next five years if you survive. You are not dealing with Edison, Sprags, Earl Williams or Ron Green, you are dealing with the real McCoy. Next on the list is Prosper old Speaker. :lol:

    • Bomboclat
      December 15, 2014

      First it was tie his waist because he was going to lose elections now he must tie his waist because of LENNOX being in the house? One day all you will stop talk nonsense. All you don’t know what to say again.

      • Gwo Tay Tay
        December 15, 2014

        Skerrit only won the elections because of die AS porans like U. And yes tell Skerrit tie his waist because he has Lennox and Thomson to deal with. You labourites so shallow after skerrit say UWP manifesto is comess he have guts to use the phrase “make dominica the best place to work and live” weh

      • Osanna Mowanga
        December 15, 2014

        it definitely needs to go to the international press.i think a better word is die-as poorer.they will die poorer.
        maybe that is why they have to wait till they get a ticket to come down.

    • Zuma
      December 15, 2014

      Tie his waist.mam leaving Lennox in the hands of the speaker. Lennox doh forget your manners

    • WISER NOW
      December 15, 2014

      Let them know. For an “uneducated” man to win 6 seats in only eight months leaves alot to be desired. Lennox Linton is a force to be rekoned with and Roosevelt Skerrit is aware of that. My granny always says what goes UP must come DOWN. Time will SURELY tell.

      • Throw out
        December 15, 2014

        I sense and angry bully!

      • Bomboclat
        December 15, 2014

        I waiting for the time to tell wii. You guys still fulling your belly with air! Hungry birds

    • forbidden
      December 15, 2014

      Well one thing I know there is always a greater McCoy who is in control and He is GOD….I hope you never ever forget that

      • tiffdeelection
        December 15, 2014

        Doh put God in your thing…….. Bear in mind that He saw ALL that went on.. All the vote stealing and the illegal voters… the bribery etc etc…..

    • Pure Trouble
      December 15, 2014

      stupes……… no body cares about linton and his barking! :mrgreen:

      • Gwo Tay Tay
        December 15, 2014

        That’s what you think. TIME WILL TELL

    • The Facts
      December 16, 2014

      Since you stated that, God is watching and taking note. Woe to Linton. He better change his indifferent attitude and immediately or else he will pay for it.
      Do you think Linton is lord of all he surveys? Dominica is not his. Parliament is not his. Grand Fond is not his. Wait and see.
      I cannot fathom how that man could sleep well at nights.

      • Pas Parler Sort
        December 17, 2014

        He sleeps well at night. He has been happily married for years, he is an honest man, a family man, a God fearing man and like all of US he is imperfect UNLIKE somebody else we know. Dominicans accepting lies and dishonesty as opposed to truth but then again what do you expect from people who have NO morals? So many of us go to church and we say we a christians. NEWSFLASH!!!!! we are churchgoers because our hearts and morals potray something different that what the bible teaches. Some of you are so blinded by politics that if your KING skerrit say the sky red without even thinking for yourselves you all will agree it is red. Cha man think before you talk dog

  38. love I
    December 15, 2014

    Change is a Must….there should be NO GUNS there, just police presence.
    my goodness, this is a Democracy

    • Citizen
      December 15, 2014

      Every policeman in you home country( the USA) carry a gun. :?:

    • The Facts
      December 16, 2014

      You are still with that broken record? Election is over.

  39. Fedup
    December 15, 2014

    Oh please man, behave yourself and get on with doing some actual work in the parliament. Enough of you already!!

    • Me
      December 15, 2014

      Who are YOU? What have YOU done that’s of any consequence to be so disdainful? There’s a name for people like you…

      • Fedup too
        December 16, 2014

        If only the people could disqualify Linton. He is wasting a lot of time. He is more concerned about Fontaine losing than he is concerned about the people who voted for him. He is a self-centered person and not worthy of the parliamentary seat he supposedly won but for the influence of James. His true colors are projecting themselves.

    • WISER NOW
      December 15, 2014

      Stupes….His work has already started. Time for you red clowns to emancipate yourselves from mental salvery until then things will never change

    • duggie
      December 15, 2014

      Fedup thats one democratic right.We have to figt for equal rights and justice.

      • The Facts
        December 16, 2014

        You already have equal rights and justice. If you feel you do not have it, go to Russia, Iran, Iraq, North Korea and the likes. This is where equal rights and justice do not prevail and may never will until the end of the world. You do not know how lucky you are.
        If God got angry with people like you for your ingratitude, he would rain down some disaster and hardship on you. You are too ungrateful. People as you are bringing down God’s wrath.

    • misery
      December 15, 2014

      @ fedup. Are you too dumb to even think . my God what is wrong with you people . You think what is going on is a joke ? you just brushing it aside ? Or are you one of those begging for your supper , so you are afraid ?
      Change is a must .

      • Fedup too
        December 16, 2014

        Linton, you and the other supporters are exaggerating the situation and blowing it out of proportion. The man is out for trouble and will not relent. That is his type.
        You act as if you are an enemy of the State. What is going on is much ado about nothing. It is sad that Linton will not stop. One day there will be a stop to his attitude. God is good!

  40. Not Me
    December 15, 2014

    Investigate, Linton I will not hold my breath on that one. Take this to court, everything is so tainted in this place that it is ridiculous.

    • Bomboclat
      December 15, 2014

      The little minute the man use tainted all you workers start using it already. Jah!

      • Anonymous
        December 15, 2014

        your brain is so tainted, you need a washout.

    • Fedup too
      December 16, 2014

      Linton is playing bad. He may be digging a big and deep hole for himself. This is no way to commence his position in Parliament.

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