PM threatens Opposition about by-election

Prme Minister Skerrit

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) will file candidates to contest by-elections in the Salisbury, Marigot and Roseau Central constituencies.

These are the only three seats that the United Workers Party were able to capture during the December 18, 2010 elections, but have been left vacant in the House of Assembly following their decision to boycott the parliament.

But Prime Minister Skerrit told the ground-breaking of the new water supply for Delices this evening that he has asked the DLP branches in these three constituencies to meet and endorse the candidates for a by-election “if these persons who have been elected to serve these constituencies continue to boycott the parliament”.

He said: “Parliament is for serious people and parliament is for serious business. We cannot have side shows when people need their interest and issues to be represented inside parliament. We are going to Parliament for a second time on March 29th and April for a third time and we will go back for a fourth time and those who want to miss three sittings of the parliament and make the seats vacant, the DLP shall file candidates to contest by-elections in these constituencies and I have no doubt the DLP candidates will be voted into parliament.”

The United Workers Party has organised a press conference carded for Wednesday and the matter is expected to be addressed there, UWP Leader Ron Green noted when he was contacted for comments.

Prime Minister Skerrit said “when you are playing a game of cricket and you out then you have to accept you are out. You cannot break the wicket and break the bat and take your ball and go home and not come to field. If you playing a football match and your team were beaten 18-3, take it and go home and practice and come back again”.

He said all hands must be on deck to handle the county’s business, especially in a time when the world is going through difficulties.

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76 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    March 13, 2010

    crime disaster.stop provoking poor people,you sit down getting fat ,pocket& body.open your liefiesto and start working; all u do is lie and beg.one day u will have to call election and u will be scared.remember what happened to freedom after 3 terms?u better turn stone into bread if not bye bye.for now shut up, u speak toofast and i cannot stand your stammering.

  2. worker
    March 12, 2010

    LET D PM HAVE ALL D SEATS NOW HE GET WHAT HE WANTS DOES HE STILL WANT MORE? THE VERY THINGS HE WANTS TODAY WILL B WHAT WILL DESTROY HIM TOMORROW BECAUSE IT WAS NOT HIS IN THE FRIST PLACE.MR.JAMES,SPRAGS,AND MR.PREVOST PLEASE DO NOT GO TO THAT HOUSE TO BE REDICULED BY SKERITT AND HIS FOLLOWERS . LET THEM SING ‘HOW GREAT THOU(SKERITT)ART’ ALL BY THEMSELVES.

  3. Thoughtful
    March 11, 2010

    Mr. Peltier, point taken.

    Our leaders have to be careful when they do their utterances. The nature of our politics is of such a manner that they get over excited, especially on the campaign trail, and they end up saying ridiculous things. That is why I sometimes cut them some slack.

  4. i-owe
    March 11, 2010

    I too think that the 3 elected UWP members are scared to take up their responsibility and that they do not have the best interest of their supports in heart!! Shame on them!!!

    I concur 100% with what Roosie is saying…we..Dominica..Do not have time for that Bebel!! Is work, development and we are on the go!!!

    If the UWP candidates want to play cat and mouse monkey tricks…SEND THEM HOME!!!!!

  5. Nathaniel Peltier
    March 11, 2010

    Thoughtful, I do understand your analogy but I am more concerned with the wording of the statement. I am saying that the was this was said was in no way responsible as a Pm.

  6. lies
    March 10, 2010

    Yes man Continue we will see wat will happen time moving and is nearing the finish line we will see. Wats in the dark will come to light..they cant try to get the three seats which i knw wont happen and we will c wat happens nxt…Daddy chavez tht will show his true colors and take over

  7. AMOSQUITO
    March 10, 2010

    I THINK THE THREE ELECTED UWP MEMBERS ARE SCARED TO TAKE ON THE RESPONSIBILITY OF OPPOSITION PARLIAMENTARY LEADERSHIP.

    THE MAIN REASON FOR THIS STANDOFF. NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS IN THE COURT IF ANY, THE DLP WILL STILL BE IN POWER.

    TELL ME FELLOW DOMINICANS, POINT A FINGER TO ANY PERSONEL IN THIS PEOPLES PARLIAMENT WHO CAN TAKE OUR COUNTRY FORWARD IN THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY.

    MY ANSWER no, no, no and no again.
    MY NOMINATION FOR THE PARLIAMENTARY OPPOSITION

    EDISON, NORRIS and HECTOR——–1 in 3 for LEADER

    RON, BERNARD, JUDITH and LENNOX——-SENATORS

    THEY WILL BE MORE INFLUENTIAL AND WILL HAVE A WIDER LISTENING AUDIENCE, than continuing this WIZARD HUNT ON SKERRIT

  8. Thoughtful
    March 10, 2010

    Mr Peltier……to put it in simple terms:

    Let us say you own a car and you know all your papers for that car is in order. That is your insurance papers are up to date, your driver’s license is not outdated, your car fitness certificate is valid and so on, can’t you boast to your friends that no law or police can take your car off the road? Would that mean you have complete disregard for the law? No.

    Another analogy: if your own a rum shop and you know your liquor license was not revoked and is up to date, can’t you boast and say that no police or government can close your shop?

    What I am trying to get at is “If the law is on your side, there is no need to be afraid of it.”

    I guess the PM knew that all the legal requirements for being nominated were in order hence his words. If all your legal requirements and prerequisites are in order for nomination, not even the Constitution can stop you because it is that same Constitution that lay out the requirements and prerequisites in the first place.

    Got it?

  9. commonsense
    March 10, 2010

    It is clear that the UWP representatives do not have the people who voted them best interest in mind, or else they would have gotten rid of their pride and start doing the job they were elected to do. I hope that there is a bi-election and that DLP win all three seats. If this happen I hope Dominicans will place blame on them and not the Skeritt. Politics is not for immature individuals and those acting on the behalf of the UWP continue to demonstrate childish behaviors.

  10. STAGES
    March 10, 2010

    Honetly, I beleive the UWP have legitimate concerns and the right place to address these concerns are at the court.
    To begin, there are laws which governs general election, as well as the proceedings in House of Assembly, and these rules are clear and I do not believe the UWP are so naive that they are going to ignore these rules. Therefore, it will be very interesting to hear the ruling of the court, which is the highest governing body in the state.
    Dominicans should pay close attention to these happenings because it is the begining of a new chapter in DA’s politics. Aspiring politicians should take heed,the electorate are going to elect politicians based on a number of criteria. They are looking for leadership qualities starting from the grass roots level, good governace, good track records, strategic plan for the growth and development, real affecting the ordinary man and woman on the mainstret,etc, and not the mudslinging kind of thing.
    Let’s wait and see how this ruling plays out.

  11. Eric Cartman
    March 10, 2010

    @ ‘concern person’

    not too sure what you were trying to say but i understood enough to conclude that you are retarded

  12. Anonymous
    March 10, 2010

    Mr Peltier………..if the pm was eligible to be nominated as a candidate he was right in saying that there is no law or constitution that could prevent him from being nominated … because he was eligible! the pm could only make such a statement because he knows he was eligible and as a result there is indeed no law or constitution in Dominica that could have prevented his nomination.

  13. Nathaniel Peltier
    March 10, 2010

    Again statements about the Constitution and us of it can be made but when one says blatantly that “no law or constitution would prevent him from being nominated”. I tend to think that right or wrong that was what was meant.
    I must say as Prime Minister if you make a statement with regard to the Constitution there must be no ambiguity. If this is looked at from a strictly legal point of view. I think I can say that the constitution does not apply to me too.

  14. commentator
    March 10, 2010

    Oh so ready willing and able to invoke the parts of the Dominica constitution that suits us.
    No mention about the foreign passport though.
    Besides the what will happen if the UWP again as is likely win the same seats back? Are we back to square one?
    Maybe the pm should just relax and let democracy take its course.

  15. CB CUZ
    March 10, 2010

    BRAVO MR.PRIME MINISTER

  16. onelove
    March 10, 2010

    IS THIS THE SAME CONSTITUTION THAT ADRESSES THE SITUATION CONCERNING THE “HALF-FRENCHMAN” PRIME MINISTER?????

    he surely redefines the words callous ruthless reckless and high-handed

  17. Anonymous
    March 10, 2010

    DIEASSPOORER…HMMMMMM, I like that

  18. Domerican
    March 10, 2010

    Just wondering what strategy will be used by the DLP to win these constituencies if a by-election was to take place. I’m watching.

  19. Anonymous
    March 10, 2010

    If there is proof about de PM having dual citizenship and he lose his seat I hope is not a problem den. If is not true well so be it. But all now you talking constitution, a few months back you said no law, no constitution will prevent you from contesting de election.

    On another note sometimes a whole year passing No Parliament. now all of a sudden we going 4 times in three months. ehbeh.

  20. March 10, 2010

    if my PM is so sure and fear of himself and also love the people of DA why he is not calling a byelection in all the constituitons in Dominica? At that time he will win a fear election and 21 seats. so please mr pm be real and fear O PLEASE,

  21. Thoughtful
    March 10, 2010

    Nathaniel Peltier wrote, “If the PM has no respect for the constitution and has made it clear he does not care about what is in it why should he jump back on it now?”

    I cannot recall the PM saying he don’t care about what is in the Constitution.

    If you have the quotations please furnish them for I don’t think anyone can publicly state that they don’t care about what is in the Constitution. This would amount to political suicide and I am sure such utterances would be covered comprehensively in the press.

    Unless of course some people are just misinterpreting what the PM actually said.

  22. Nathaniel Peltier
    March 10, 2010

    It is interesting to see that the PM as “Thoughtful” said is looking a constitution that he has no respect for. It seems Dominican look at these articles one by one and do not look at the whole picture. If the PM has no respect for the constitution and has made it clear he does not care about what is in it why should he jump back on it now?

  23. Dominican lover
    March 10, 2010

    Mr. Prevos, the people of roseau voted for you, please represent them. dont let the people of Roseau Central dowm. Dominica does not have a one party state. so we must stop that nonsense. dominica has five political parties, the people of dominica gave an overwhelming vote of confidence in the DLP.
    The opposition is chosing to bocott parliament, their choice. The PM is not making any threats he is just advising on the action necessary if the elected representatives continue to refuse to be voted in. The choice lies with the electd representatives to continue their boycott or to represent the people who voted for them.

  24. Brinsley J R
    March 9, 2010

    A 3 little words of wisdom for Run Green and Co, please don’t turn into the UNITED WHINING PARTY.

  25. BONES
    March 9, 2010

    please please grandbarian..u not from gwa bay cause gwa bay doe have workers lol…LABOUR LABOUR…YOU LOVE YOUR PM..ULL VOTE FOR HIM…WE DID VOTE FOR HIM…SO THANK YOU

  26. Wait A Minute
    March 9, 2010

    Mr PM, why make those idiots relevant? Just ignore them!! If some fools in Marigot and Salisbury are blinded blue and refuse to see the light then let them be. Even Christ can’t save everyone, some will always stay out of the fray. You can preach don’t use drugs everyday and the country will still have paros, so please Sir, don,t waste your time with fools! Just continue to do the job that we the MAJORITY elected you to do!!!

  27. Silence
    March 9, 2010

    I’VE READ ALL THESE COMMENTS.
    UWP SUPPORTERS EAT YOUR GUTS OUT.
    SKERRIT FOR LIFE!! ALL WHO WISHING BAD FOR SKERRIT IT WILL COME BACK RIGHT AT YOUR. WAIT AND SEE. HE IS BLESSED

  28. passung thru
    March 9, 2010

    Eh beien those 3 constituences causing you nuff heafache mista pm. They boycott is not like it making a difference in parliament. so what u stressing about. Well just as portsmouth, cottage, vielle case and grandbay remain laour holds and no one is bothered by it. Let marigot, salisbury and roseau central be as always Workers seats. Put that in your pipe and smoke it. Take that domincans. You all wanted one party state its in your all face, wa all u complaining about. TAKE IT SELF AND HUSH.

  29. Thoughtful
    March 9, 2010

    The Constitution of Dominica makes it clear; you miss three seatings of parliament your seat becomes vacant and a by-election must be called to full them.

    It appears many on this blog don’t understand this and they make it seems as if the PM is just saying his own thing and “threatening” people.

    If they miss the three seatings by-election has to be called whether people like it or not. The Constitution of Dominica must be upheld.

  30. guadaman
    March 9, 2010

    hi my people,i would like to know what the constitution,say should happen in case the by election is called and three still maintain there seats and still continue to boycott parliament,what other steps can and should be taken?

  31. Soleil Chaud
    March 9, 2010

    the boys will always be boys mr.pm

    Parliament is for men

    Hector is a boy
    Edison is a boy
    and Ron is the biggest boy

    I’m willing to bet that these boys will find their way to parliament sometime in April with all the mouth they have…

    if not, we taking all 21 seats although it might be rough in Marigot, but Roseau and Salisbury in de house

    Long Live Skerrit!

  32. pm makes a point
    March 9, 2010

    i am against dat one party thing but if the opposition dose not seat in it just means that don’t care about the country , all they care about is winning , they have 3 seat an has the right to chose 3 more ppl to represent in parliament u guy lost fear an square ok psssh take it like a man blue vax

  33. I will tell you in on a little secret the majority of MARIGOT people will not vote for the DLP party but you can go a head with your threats we are not fools and this dosen’t have much to do with party politic it has to do with respecting all the peoples of DOMINICA and we in Marigot are part of the MASSES so if you and your party want respect you have to learn how to give it to get it
    The Village of M’got is not for sale ever

  34. Yes PM Let them know
    March 9, 2010

    Prime Minister Skerrit said “when you are playing a game of cricket and you out then you have to accept you are out. You cannot break the wicket and break the bat and take your ball and go home and not come to field. If you playing a football match and your team were beaten 18-3, take it and go home and practice and come back again”.

  35. stay tuned
    March 9, 2010

    Something’s happening…something happened today…and something will be happening…..story doh start yet in this country…..just STAY TUNED….

  36. sweetie pie
    March 9, 2010

    not marigot in ur a** u better come again …. man doh worry ur day comin

  37. DVT
    March 9, 2010

    De PM make me laugh today there. But is true. I am sure de labour Party will win at least two of those seats. Let them continue.

  38. March 9, 2010

    The PM is in a panic mood he shouldnt start something that he knew he couldnt handle and if he believe threatening the people in the 3 Villages with By-elections are the best way of filling the seats he’s wrong.
    The Government shouldnt try to use the opposition parties for their own poitical gain and pretending that the three individuals who are not showing up in the house are preventing the progress and development of the Island when that is not so look at so many things they have done since then. Well we the people of MARIGOT are not stupid Governments after Governments come and go and what happen they keep looking down on us they look at us as if we are not part of the Island and now you want us to believe we mean so much in the progress of moving DOMINICA forward give us a brake we are not for sale then and we are not now or ever and this do not have anything to do with Mr. James or the UWP or FREEDOM PARTIES it is time that you and the DLP deal with us for we are Dominicans and we love this Island just as any other and it shouldnt matter who we voted for Election is over and gone.
    This type of treatmenrt have been going on far to long we have had enough of it so if you cannot be straightforward with us what is the point let the boycot go on and let the Courts decide the out come..

  39. LASAVANNE
    March 9, 2010

    i think there should also be a byelection for those palrep who was pronounce winner with less than 20 votes .a by election with no DIEASSPOORER ,haha,thats how they call theirself weee.

  40. gee
    March 9, 2010

    Mr PM let those who voted for those 3 ….. suffer. You honestly cannot tell me those 3 villages are not seeing what the rest of Dominica is seeing. Let Peter pay for Paul….they will learn.

  41. Girl
    March 9, 2010

    Good words Mr PM.Let them poopoo on them now. We support you all the way.Men of no
    agenda, go sleep. Country moving forward without allu. Magwa sa, the whole caribbean laughing
    at us.

    Ron Green and his rest of his ……., please take note. The game is over. Allez dormir , men of no
    goal for DA.

    God bless you Mr. Skerrit. My family and I continue to pray for you. Peace!!!!

  42. en-kaba-way
    March 9, 2010

    IT is not acceptable to cry,ramt and rave,behaving like little boys,in this case on girl,after they have lost badly.It’s very shameful of their actions. Let’s hope their performce at bye – election will be better.
    I ‘m doubtfull,and that’s a very big doubtfull.

  43. grandbayrian
    March 9, 2010

    Is all 21 you want? we giving you all 21.
    absolute power corupts absolutely.
    Just now the head o de snake will cut off, leaving d body to die.

  44. lies
    March 9, 2010

    100 days almost finish nutting he said tht wud b done within tht 100 days is done haha boy look a set of ppl.. All u still want to use God in all u mouth hmmm hav respect STOP do tht cuz all u will regret…. foreigners not their fault they dnt knw any better limited minded ppl

  45. child
    March 9, 2010

    i dont care how much we love our prime minister ,but we cannot have a one party state .the prime minister is just trying to frighten the opposition and dominican supporting that .

  46. LASAVANNE
    March 9, 2010

    Well said skeritt. call your byelection, we in salisbury still voting UWP.
    JUMP HIGH,JUMP LOW we will remain workers.

  47. A devoted christian
    March 9, 2010

    In cricket , when bowlers or fieldsmen tamper with the ball, either scratching it or bruising it deliberately, umpires have a right to report such unfairness in the game and the player in question is punished. In football, yellow and red cards are issued to players for foul play. When the laws of the game are broken, action is taken. The same should apply with those who break the laws pertaining to elections.

    Police inspectors quoted sections of the laws of Dominica regarding bribery and inducing people through bribes to exercise their franchise. Were they wrong to explain to the public the issue of bribery in elections? Some Lawyers expressed the same concerns re. boldly breaking laws of the land. Check your constitution. Check your laws and be frank. Yet in Dominica, bribees are even given police escort and protection. Were those people ignorant of the laws? And although bribery is against our laws….

    Those politicians who committed those wrongful deeds now tell people to do the right thing. Come to parliament to be ridiculed and ostracised. Parliament is for serious people, where pertinent questions are asked of politicians but no answers are forthcoming. like the question about Susan Olde and the US $400,000 and many other questions that go unanswered. What about the NGO, citizens for a better Dominica? Serious people? Even the longest rope has an end. You can’t fool all the people all of the time. Jesus Christ was crucified for being on the side of the poor and downtrodden and preaching against liars, gamblers and the power of those with ill-gotten wealth.

  48. youth
    March 9, 2010

    Time will tell for them wicked and stupid laborites it comin uno wait… This country is not going any where at all with this government in office..As the sayings goes the rich get richer and the poor will get poorer…We will see!!!!

  49. Austelle
    March 9, 2010

    I support the statement by the Prime Minister Totally. NO TIME FOR SIDE SHOWS

  50. C.I.H
    March 9, 2010

    Way to go Prime Minister. Its serious business now. In any game, if you lose, you out. UWP should know that and stop behaving like children. Elections are over!!!

  51. niceness
    March 9, 2010

    Well said PM, if they dont show after the third sitting, call the by elections these constituency needs to be represented in the house, its so sad that man wants to play games with people lives and future if these men cared about the people who went to the polls and voted for them they would go in the house and oppose, oppose, oppose and make sure that the government do what they have to do for there constituency.

    But i hope that these people are watching the mess and thinking about thier childrens future and see how these men do not give a dam.

  52. Die hard Labourite
    March 9, 2010

    One Thing my prime doesnt stop to amuse me yeh…Givei t to them,is dat they want. they just cant agree that we run things 18-3…how de hell again u want us to tell u dat the people have spoken and we want Skerrit and the Labour party to run things………….stupesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

  53. Ron Green need to stop talking, since he is the one who caused the UWP to loose so badly, it is because of his incompetency why the UWP is on the outside looking in.

    Ron Green is the worst leader of any political party to hit the scene in Dominica’s history

  54. only
    March 9, 2010

    When hasn’t the world been going through trying times in history??? It is only a matter of degree and location.

    I think that the PM needs to refer to the Constituiton of Dominica for his answer to the problem.

    I think that the UWP just started its own version of govt. or rather its own club.

  55. March 9, 2010

    ha,ha,yes i.that’s all i have to say.

  56. sort!!!
    March 9, 2010

    tell skerit is viellecase the by election will be wen his case call!!!!!!!!

  57. really???
    March 9, 2010

    Prime Minister Skerrit said “when you are playing a game of ticket and you out then you have to accept you are out. You cannot break the wicket and break the bat and take your ball and go home and not come to field. If you playing a football match and your team were beaten 18-3, take it and go home and practice and come back again”.

    Skerrit has interesting sense of humour! LMAO @ this one!!

  58. Inthemiddleandcolourblind
    March 9, 2010

    Yea why not. We will be better off without an opposition right. Why not full the other seats with DLP representation despite their qualifications…what’s important is that we don’t have healthy debates…we just want to continue doing what we are doing without any checks and balances.

    In a democracy the majority rules but the minority gets a chance to be part of the process, so be careful how you trudge. You are currently having your side show on DNO, it cannot stop the side show that the minority is having. Instead, am sure you’ve already appointed someone to listen in on the topics been discuss. I know you know the importance of resisting limiting the minority.

  59. fix it first!!
    March 9, 2010

    fix the dual citizenship allegation first!!!

  60. labourrrrrr power
    March 9, 2010

    CALL IT IN THEIR A** FOR US TO TAKE ALL THE 21 WE MIGHT NOT TAKE ALL 21 BUT WE MUSTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TAKE ROSEAU CENTRAL IS A MUSTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

  61. steve
    March 9, 2010

    thats why its called aprotest !!!! IF the PM sees it fit within the constitution of the Comonnowelth then so be it. But making threats will not cut it. Do what the law says my brother.

  62. Grand Bayrian
    March 9, 2010

    Mr. Prime Minister, I am in agreement with you. Parliament is serious business, too bad for those who want to turn it into papy show.

  63. March 9, 2010

    You are so right Mr PM you were playing a game of TICKET come and vote, your sins just start to find you out you will reveal the rest we are all waiting for the slip ups more to come

  64. March 9, 2010

    Mr. PM as far as we all can see this thing has affected you greatly, Marigot Salisbury and Roseau central people are the only ones in Dominica with PRINCIPLE, something you know nothing about , you must now examine your heart and see if it was worth it all, GREEDYAND MORE GREED have your head spinning now, rest in peace Mr PM these villagers will continue to be the THORN in your …… SIDE many more sleepless night are ahead for you.Mr PM your sincere ignorance equals gross stupidity, and there is nothing more foolish than ignorance in action, they did not vote for you once they will never vote for you now. leave it alone it is done .

  65. DIPLOMATIC
    March 9, 2010

    Psychology at work?????

    Exercise your power, but your threats won’t work – not this time!

    We can also use our God-given psychology!!

  66. uwp supporter
    March 9, 2010

    Hmmm. I’m waiting to see what really will be the result of this situation. People need to be the adults and stop acting like grade-K children—u doe make me win so i taking my bat and dolly—lollllllll

    eric cartman—-can’t u see thats a possible typing error?

  67. BMS
    March 9, 2010

    WELL IF THEY DO WIN THESE SEATS THEY WILL HAVE TO INCLUDE Salisbury, Marigot and Roseau Central constituencies.AS PART OF DOMINICA, AND DO WHAT GOVERNMENT SUPPOSE TO DO SERVE THE WHOLE COUNTRY, NOT ONLY THOSE WHO VOTE FOR THEM

  68. March 9, 2010

    Marigot people, Salisbury people and Roseau Central people are just like Grand Bay people, Portmouth people and Cottage people.We will stand by Workers even if you steal the sit Skeritt.And that we will not take lying down, so bring it on. I’m sure a next Patrick John is in the making ask Savarin for advice on that one.Those labourite that like to comment when workers supporters make there comment,this one don’t care because my head just like the Cottage representative so don’t try it.That will not turn me or upset me.

  69. Dominican
    March 9, 2010

    How comes its Ron Green and sam raphael who are doing all the talking these days? What has happend to the Three elected MPs, have they lost their tongue?

    Mr. PM ignore the boycotters and lead the country. You were sent to drain the swamp and to fill it with clean water. Forget then about the toothless crocodiles. Their bites are harmless. Eddison James does not want to be saddled with the responsibility of Leader of Opposition But he cannot stomach seeing Prevost leading him. Ah Las! for Sprags. It will be a cold day in hell.

    I want to ask Norris Prevost that salient question? Were you elected freely and democratically? Are you satisfied that you are the elected MP for Roseau Central? What then is your issue with the other results? Stop making Sam Raphael and Ron Green (two losers) from speaking on your behalf. They have nothing to loose again. You will loose big time next time around – sooner rather than later. ….
    Think right Sir.

    Roseau needs you

  70. lol
    March 9, 2010

    hope you call for a bi election in laplaine to hahahahaha

  71. Anonymous
    March 9, 2010

    here he go again some day u will need dat big mouth dere.

  72. de caribbean change
    March 9, 2010

    As it was in the beginning now and forever Amen.

  73. Thoughtful
    March 9, 2010

    Wow……….exciting political times are ahead.

    I wait with bated breath.

  74. ori-g-nel
    March 9, 2010

    MR. PM I’M WIT U NO MATTER WAT. n 2 those who want 2 boycott parliament may the lord b wit u….i mean ite now ur chance to let the country knw that ur here 4 us n ur so called pledges are to be enfored. hmmmm God knws my vote was not wasted..

  75. met veye
    March 9, 2010

    Well said Mr. PM, you could not have said it better…..enough of the side show!!!!!!!!

  76. Jepter
    March 9, 2010

    Just so there be good and healthy debate in Parliament, the Government should advice the Freedom party to field in candidates in those constituencies.

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