There are questions as to whether the UWP will boycott Parliament again, if it comes out victorious at the July 09 elections.
The UWP stayed out of parliament for three consecutive sittings after the last general election in which the ruling Dominica Labour Party obtained an 18-3 victory.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit told a program on state owned radio recently, “nothing in the constitution” says the UWP cannot stage a boycott; but according to Skerrit, Dominicans will be asked to advise the government on its course of action if the party stays out of parliament once more.
“This is something that we would certainly put to the people of Dominica to determine what we do in a case like this,” Skerrit stated.
He has described the UWP’s actions as “laughable”.