UWP describes manifesto as “social contract with the people of Dominica”

Linton said the UWP's manifesto will be launched at Lindo's Park
Linton said the UWP’s manifesto will be launched at Lindo Park

The United Workers Party (UWP) has described its general election manifesto as a “social contract with the people of Dominica.”

UWP’s Political leader Lennox Linton made the remarks at a UWP rally recently.

“The people’s document, the social contract with the people of Dominica for jobs, for justice, for equal rights, for protection of our children, for first class elderly care, this contract-the people’s contact, a contract with the people to make Dominica the best place to live, the best place to enjoy life,” Linton said in describing the manifesto.

The UWP has been heavily criticized by the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) for not being able to produce a manifesto in the run up to the December 8 general election. Leader of the DLP, prime minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, had said his party was the only one that had been able to produce a manifesto just days after the date the election was announced.

But Linton said the UWP will be launching its manifesto at the Lindo Park on November 26.

According to him, every aspect of the manifesto was done right here in Dominica.

“Our graphic artist is from Dominica, our manifesto was laid out here in Dominica and our manifesto will be printed right here in Dominica,” he said.

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89 Comments

  1. cockk
    November 27, 2014

    Lik it or not workers

  2. UDOHREADYET
    November 25, 2014

    November 25th… (crickets sound)….. still no MANIFESTO! oh oh

  3. November 22, 2014

    Man-i-fe(s)t- O??????????; SEWO and more SEWOOOOO. You don’t have to launch anything to understand that. Who has the time to read the Garbage DLP presented; same old same old (Deception Lies and Propaganda). It is proven that we are not a reading society any more, so what do you do? If you cannot impress them with your lack of brilliance then baffle then with BULL-SHIT. Well done skerrit; Foreign Artists, Mega Bill-boards; Colorful Paraphernalia, Hand-Outs specifically crafted for the BLIND and DUMB. Let’s go back to the time of Christopher Columbus don’t you see the similarity? This is 2014 my people enough is enough; TIME FOR CHANGE.

  4. watcher
    November 22, 2014

    Mr Linton you cannot run the country true fact.First and most important above all you do not hold a psychology degree.Mr.Skerrit has one so yes he can run a mad nation.People will just bash you and you too will turn mad.

    • Compelled
      November 26, 2014

      Do you even know what psychology is? you guy keep saying so much nonsense, I don’t believe that you need a degree especially a useless psychology degree to run a country

  5. december 8
    November 21, 2014

    they hear how much of million in ah d treasury from the chines /morroco/ chavez money so they they there promises ..where they were bashing skerro for taking curupt monies..then later i hearing linton praising the same curupt country..ask linton who is his advisores ..

  6. Inquiry Mind
    November 21, 2014

    But wait if my historical facts serves me right “Communist Jean-Jacque Rousseau, Karl Max and the Filipino Government are the ones who called their Manifesto “A Social Contract”. Hemmm very interesting

  7. Anonymous
    November 21, 2014

    Benigno Aquino 11 platform in A SOCIAL CONTRACT WITH THE FILIPINO PEOPLE. Does Lennox Linton have one original thought in his head?
    http://www.gov.ph/about/gov/exec/bsaiii/platform-of-government/

    • Anonymous
      November 23, 2014

      So you are saying that even if it is a fact that it is a social contract with the people he should call it something else? Does that make sense? Pleeease.

  8. Anonymous
    November 21, 2014

    Something as simple as a manifesto a party cannot put together how are they going to manage the affairs of a country the Leadership of UWP is dome they are finish. LABOUR KA TWAVAY.

    • watcher
      November 22, 2014

      I agree with you LABOUR KA TWAVAY di money injection medicine working on di mad people.Di PM have his big P degree and it seems Linton them forget that.

  9. Is this reallyChange
    November 21, 2014

    If the manifesto is not important as many of the position supporters have said, why even lunch one o the 26th? We cannot continue to make excuses for the politicians on both sides. The UWP wasn’t ready as they claimed hence the delay in having their manifesto on time. Just admit and move on. There is no reason for all these excuses and lies. To say that people wouldn’t read it is pathetic because here you go printing one hence a waste of money and time base on your thinking. Is that how you will waste the little money in DA? To many excuses. You are in the position you should be attacking and not searching for excuses. One more thing I have read the DLP manifesto and you are wrong with your description. It surely is not a pipe dream but something that is realistic and hat can be done. It is left for them to meet their promise.

    • watcher
      November 22, 2014

      To many excuses. You are in the position you should be attacking and not searching for excuses.I like how you say that line even Mr.Linton mad.That’s why di PM have the best degree to run this mad nation.

  10. Truth and Justice
    November 21, 2014

    I am glad that Mr. Linton have defined what a manifesto is to the people of Dominica. the people need to know that change is a must is more than just changing from one government to another ,but rather what differs between the two. So change from what to what. Change from dictatorship to democracy. A government of the people by the people for the people. A government of transparency and accountability to the people. A government which will continue the social programmes for the elderly, early childhood education, health care and preserve the best f our culture and traditions of self determination for all.

    • watcher
      November 22, 2014

      Is this reallychange did not see it as a manifesto,they saw it as a madifesto so Is this reallychange already getting their big injection from the PM.Go for you own.

  11. Contract ? ? ?
    November 20, 2014

    The Republican’s Contract with America also sounded good … we know what happen with Newt. Now UWP wants to have a social Contract with Dominica?

    Hmm, I fraid.

  12. UDOHREADYET
    November 20, 2014

    I know of a certain UWP PALREP that used to be a labourite… he have a red van. Now the leopard trying to hide his spots he refuse to drive his red van on de road… it park behind his house. Now he renting a blue vehicle everyday on UWP $$$$ until after election. Tell me if dem man not sot?!!

  13. patriot
    November 20, 2014

    How is the manifesto going to provide jobs ?
    Please tell me someone.
    Can a manifesto create jobs ?

    • Sorrow
      November 21, 2014

      stuuppsss

    • Titiwi
      November 21, 2014

      I think you should ask mr. Skerrit first, that is only fair since he produced his manifesto first, is that not so?

  14. UDOHREADYET
    November 20, 2014

    It’s going to take 4 more days to finish making copies of skeritt Manifesto @the xxxxx printers, there was slight delay with the copying process, so we have moved the location to Lennox basement. UWP will be presenting their black and white copy version of the festo for allu very soon.
    Thank you very much for your patience.

  15. Observer's news
    November 20, 2014

    LL will now say he and Gingrich did work together Contract with America 1995.
    I smell Plagarism again LMAO

  16. November 20, 2014

    Skerrit and company is jumping the gun, have no fear UWP will present their manifesto which is really a contract with the people labour presented their own for good looks but it is a dead manifesto but on the other hand workers manifesto will breathe new life into the country.

  17. too late
    November 20, 2014

    labourites doh even like to read but they there asking about manifesto. well again manifesto is free so maybe why they so busy to get one knowing how they like freeness

    • colombo
      November 20, 2014

      The truth is UWPITES. Your Leader was not prepared for the election. He lacks vision, foresight and awareness. He was calling for election for several months. The UWP is the opposing party and they are in a defensive posture. You must be in the offensive and be prepared at all times. Releasing a Manifesto at this stage will not convince too many Labor supporters to change their minds. It appears that the PARTY is heading to a crushing defeat. MR. LINTON WAS A POOR CHOICE.

    • Is this reallyChange
      November 21, 2014

      All you guys are being seen is a set of people who are insulting, arrogant and down right rude. Just stop it people and be civil.

  18. Voter
    November 20, 2014

    UWP TEAM DOMINICA has always said they are going to have the manifesto. The question is ,are you going to read it? Another question, have you read DLP manifesto?

  19. 897
    November 20, 2014

    I just opened my copy of the DLP 2009 and reviewed the tourism sector (an area of interest to me). In case you have a copy it’s page 10. Below are some of the promises listed.

    In the new term, we will continue to grow the Tourism Sector by:
    1. Construct a modern, state of the art cruise ship berth and entertainment centre, capable of accommodating up to three mega ships at any one time.
    2. Construct a Marina Village, Hotel and Shopping Complex in Portsmouth;
    3. Restoring the French Quarter of the City of Roseau
    4. Establish a regime of special incentives for residential tourism;
    5. Re-establishing the Old Market Plaza as an open air plaza for cultural events;
    6. Providing financial support for development of a resort at Woodford Hill;

    Did the party accomplish any of these promises?

    • My View
      November 20, 2014

      Isn’t that the same site they now plan to build an international airport? Skerro really thinks he can fool the people all the time…

      • 100 % DA
        November 20, 2014

        He sure can fool his people but he will not fool everybody!

      • concerned Dominican
        November 21, 2014

        My friend he doesn’t think he can fool Dominicans, he know he can fool them, that is why he have been doing it for so long and getting away with it. People in this country really needs to grow up and look for country development and not personal handouts. My god, can’t Dominicans see that this country is at a stand still, especially in tourism and agriculture, which i consider as the two most important sectors of the economy, if they don’t grow then how can jobs be created, and with no jobs then the economy will fail. can’t people see that, we are really blind in this country. And I hope the UWP will take away all the assets that the PM, Skerrit stole from the hard working people of Dominica to enrich himself and give it back to the state.

    • Anonymous
      November 20, 2014

      Not worth the paper it was written on and we have a repeat of the same this year. Promises, promises, promises just like the feller who promised the girl the would not get pregnant, right??

    • fabric
      November 20, 2014

      Thanks for that post. I thought i was the only one who realized that less than 10 % of the promises made on the 2009 manifesto were actually accomplished. I thought i was reading the wrong thing. LOL
      Looking at the DLP 2009 manifesto i think it would have been best they reprinted copies of it and change the date to 2014 because more than 90% still left to be done. But they are busy bringing out new manifesto. LOL LOL. These people are jokers. And the DLP is well on the way to losing this election, at least 13-8

  20. stop the politics
    November 20, 2014

    The November 26, 2014 lunching of manifesto will be a plagiarized copy of the DLP well thought and put together plan of action. The UWPeee do not have vision so they cannot have a plan and do it manifesto so it has to plagiarize Labour manifesto.
    Copy Cats.

    • Doc. Love
      November 20, 2014

      I believe you should stop the politics, have you seen the UWP manifesto. :mrgreen:

      • 100 % DA
        November 20, 2014

        Fraid they fraid! They criticizing it before its launced! magway sa!

    • mouse
      November 20, 2014

      DLP supporters can really talk nonsense. People stop being emotional and think of your development. Are you satisfied with your self development under the labour party. How much did you save over the past 10 years? what about inflation? how has the surfaced road from Roseau to Portsmouth and the improved road to the airport assisted in the productivity of our Tourism and agriculture sector? How many jobs have the new State Palace create for our young people? Are we respectful of our systems, rules and laws? Are they operating fine. MY GOD These are the issues people.

    • fabric
      November 20, 2014

      Really, stop the politics? Have you been in Dominica for about 1 year now to realize that as soon as something is mentioned by UWP, labour party was attempting to do it quickly, plan after plan. And by the way you don’t need to speak foolishly. when you get your copy of the UWP manifesto please compare them and realize how foolish you sound.

    • Titiwi
      November 21, 2014

      Hahaha, Lennox Linton does not need Hartley Henry to write anything for him.

  21. Dominican
    November 20, 2014

    DLP supporters must ask for UWP manifesto because DLP manifesto is not a Dominican manifesto. 90% of the pictures in DLP manifesto are of people from overseas. For a matter of fact they used unknown people on line. Pure stealing people pictures without permission. Then they have the gall to speak of plagarism

    • Anonymous
      November 20, 2014

      No not unknown people online but rather people from BDOS!!!

    • TR MASSIVE
      November 21, 2014

      NONSENSE!

  22. Barb-Sepant
    November 20, 2014

    Personally I believe the UWP doesn’t want to win the election because they know they are not capable of running the country! What I see happenning is a few members of the party are hoping that they can win their seat just to ensure a salary at the end of the month. In that way they will continue with their macaquewe of walking in and out of the house of assembly an keep crying wolf, wolf!! Hence the reason they should all lose their deposit on Dec 8.

  23. November 20, 2014

    Come on guys. ..Why 12 days to launch manifesto before general election, I’m undesider voter and am concern, i am waiting to hear uwp manifesto before I make my choice, uwp know they’re the only opposition party in Dominica you guys should be prepared for the incumbent

    • Titiwi
      November 20, 2014

      Good things come to those who wait. A good thing is coming your way Dahman, read it without prejudice.

    • fabric
      November 20, 2014

      Undecided voter still? at this hour? Shame on you. You really hate your country or you are one of those who have not been in dominica for the last 15 years. You have no shame to say you are undecided at this hour of life in dominica. smh. Wow. Ignorance boy….

    • 100 % DA
      November 20, 2014

      Im also an undecided voter and I agree with you that they uwp should have launched their manifesto to help people like us. I have been following both parties. The DLP has launched a pretty interesting manifesto but the question is can they deliver on the promises. I reviewed the DLP 2009 manifesto and there were quite a number of projects and promises which were not fulfilled so the question is – “Is the comparison of manifestos a good enough criteria for making a decision”. Although the UWP has not presented theirs they have been stating some of their plans and strategies. The ecomonic forum held earlier this year gave the public good insight on their plans for jobs, education and the ecomony. I hope the uwp really presents their manifesto as they promised

    • Bernie
      November 22, 2014

      A party can launch its manifesto whenever it so decides; having a manifesto is not a big deal as many of us know that parties launch manifestos and don’t live up to what is promised. Also, in this age of e-commerce where many countries are going paperless, why does one need to have a manifesto to determine what party he/she will vote to work for the best interest of the country. People need to realize that when a country has a good health system in place as well as its people are educated, we will be all happier as we would be enjoying a better standard of living and working for the betterment of each other.

  24. bigred
    November 20, 2014

    most of the labourites that are asking for the manifesto can’t read properly anyhow so what they making all that fuss about

  25. Doc. Love
    November 20, 2014

    Once again, Mr. Linton and UWP Team Dominica have shown the weakness of Skeritt as a wise leader. In my opinion, he is to easily fooled. He almost broke the stand of a micro phone and disrupted Ambrose’s speech during a political rally, in order to, what he described as breaking news. The breaking news was that UWP was not going to present a manifesto. Timothy said the UWP should at least put something on the internet. The same UWP was criticized and even ridiculed for being the first to put a manifesto on the internet. McIntyre said if the UWP was to present a manifesto, the contents would be stolen from the DLP. Aaron said Linton lacked the educational capacity as to how to produce a manifesto. Now that the manifesto is going to be presented to Dominicans, I wonder how are they going to remove the broken eggs from their faces. One of Skeritt’s problem is that he spends so much time defaming Mr. Linton, he spends no time studying his strategy. He has sensationalized the manifesto story to the extent that Dominicans appear to have forgotten about the DLP manifesto and are eagerly awaiting the manifesto of UWP. The anticipation of the UWP has move a couple notches, because Mr. Linton reported that his manifesto was designed and printed by Dominicans in Dominica, when compared to the DLP’s which was designed and printed out of Dominica, then shipped to Dominica.

    • Anonymous
      November 20, 2014

      the other side to your diatribe is, they went to rush a copy because of Skerrits breaking news :mrgreen:

      • Anonymous
        November 21, 2014

        More like Skerrit breaking wind rather than breaking news. No diatribes by Team Dominica but the dignity Dominica needs right now.

    • Doc. Love
      November 20, 2014

      Thank you DNO. That was better then deleting comment in its totality.

    • A Doubting Thomas
      November 20, 2014

      I like that phrase we lead and the others follow.

  26. SCWH
    November 20, 2014

    By the way folks, my name SCWH, stands for the ‘Skerrit Christmas Woodants Hospital.’ They asked for manifesto and they will see what a true manifesto is all about. They asked for UWP own so they could copy ideas, but they need to understand the brains behind this UWP. We have them numbered, overmatched, running, and scared to hell!

  27. Anonymous
    November 20, 2014

    “The people’s document, the social contract with the people of Dominica for jobs, for justice, for equal rights, for protection of our children, for first class elderly care, this contract-the people’s contact, a contract with the people to make Dominica the best place to live, the best place to enjoy life,” Linton said in describing the manifesto.

    Lennox…..Your message is too vague for the average voter. Break it down to a one liner that people can grasp very easily.

    For Obama in 2008 it was: “Change we can believe in” and the chant “Yes We Can”.

    For Rob Ford, Toronto’s outgoing mayor (in 2009) it was: Stopping the Gravy Train

    For Toronto new mayor elect (2014) it was> Smart Track (building new subways and train lines in the city).

    What I am trying to say is, you are too wordy, keep it simple.

    This is not to be taken as a criticism, it is to help you sharpen your message.

    • bigred
      November 20, 2014

      for UWP – ” CHANGE IS A MUST” what in it you do not get; that is like saying for example “CLimate Smart building” for example “Cliamte Change ADAPTATION” what is vague about that – here is a nicest one from the UWP ” the best place to live, best place to work and the best place to enjoy life.” do still find it vague – compare that with Labour party and why don’t you comment theirs ” labor ca travie” why don’t you comment ” we red red, red, ready” and their most popular one is ” Lennox Linton, Lennox Linton, Lennox Linton, Lennox Linton” so you see UWP has a better message and better quality catch phazes

      • Anonymous
        November 20, 2014

        That is the problem with UWP supporters. If you point out something to them, something that might even help them, they get all defensive on you.

        In my dealing with UWP supporters, I have found some of them to be too sensitive.

    • Papa Dom
      November 20, 2014

      Change is not an option. Didn’t you get it? Where have u been?

  28. Just Blaze
    November 20, 2014

    You call it a social contract. I say the UWP manifesto is a bale of toilet paper to wipe your bum with. Stop wasting Dominicans time. You are not going to win that election. Give the leadership of the UWP to someone more deserving and someone who cares about developing the country.

    • JoJo
      November 20, 2014

      Blaze, all you showing is that you are prejudiced by condemning the opposition manifesto before you have even glanced at it. Maybe it is or maybe it isn’t but it would be wise to reserve your judgment till you have read it

    • Anonymous
      November 21, 2014

      Blaze, you tried doing that with the labour manifesto? I can tell you it does not work because the paper too smooth, but the temptation was too big not to dump a big one right on the front page. Boy, what a relieve!

  29. AdultED
    November 20, 2014

    Lennox all people are concerned about is the content of the manifesto! I do hope though that people have enough time to read it and understand it before December 8th given the laundry list of “new” ideas expected!

    • bigred
      November 20, 2014

      Better yet lets debate the contents of the various plans – get your lead Skerrit to debate Linton so we can separate the men from the boys – thats what allyou fraid off a simple debate – an open debate ; your leader and his cronies invited Linton to come into the ring now that he is in you all afraid to engage him. COME IN THE RING LETS HOLD A DEBATE OPEN DEBATE AMONG THE LEADERS ON THEIR PLANS AND PROGRAMMES -LETS DO THAT FOR DOMINICA’S SAKE THATS ALL WE ASKING FOR.

    • Titiwi
      November 20, 2014

      Chupes man, how many labour supporters have read their party manifesto? The gospel according to Roosevelt? Such an expensive publication gone to waste.

  30. November 20, 2014

    DLP SUPPORTERS ASKING FOR UWP MANIFESTO!
    Many DLP supporters are asking for the UWP Manifesto as if they are actually going to read it! The fact is these folks have already made up their minds to vote for mismanagement and corruption and are only using the delayed launch of the UWP Manifesto as a tool to agitate and create contention.
    If DLP supporters were actually commenting on the “carbon-copy” Manifesto of the DLP, with pictures of places in OTHER Countries it would make a little more sense. The supporters of the UWP would like to hear from Labor supporters about THEIR Manifesto. A Manifesto which most of them have NOT read since they’ve been too busy chasing behind the DLP “Sewo Train” and screaming Labor Ka Twavay while most of them are poor, jobless and hungry. So Sad!!!
    Paulo and Margeret Rose(Poto Laborites in Marigot)

    • Mamizes
      November 20, 2014

      nice,

    • Noke
      November 20, 2014

      Most labour party supporters sadly cannot read.

      Luckily they put lots of pictures for them to say ooh and aah over.

      This is the problem dominica has.

      How do you reconcile the fact that the fate of the country lies in the hands of a set of people who are not functionally literate and who cannot get or keep a job without significant political intervention.

    • Anonymous
      November 20, 2014

      You are simply regurgitating what you heard others say. Why don’t you bring the proof as it relates to pics of other countries?
      The fact of the matter is, people like you are simply jealous and angry at the FACT that the DLP is going to sweep the poles. Regardless of all the BS that comes from all you!

    • Anonymous
      November 20, 2014

      Correct me if I’m wrong, but historically, manifestos are normally released about 2 weeks before elections. The early release on the DLP manifesto is unusual, but I’m subject to be corrected.

  31. JoJo
    November 20, 2014

    People have asked me whom I will vote for this election. When I see all the posters and billboards it is as if it is all about just one man but that can not be. I supported mr. Skerrit in 2005 but I made a mistake in thinking it was the party I was supporting but everything has turned into that one man. Everything and everybody must be subservient to him. That is dangerous and not democratic. People are allowed to change and correct their mistake, that is why we have elections so I will be doing exactly that this time. I have not got much to lose but cause it islittle I have anyway, I will vote for Dominica and not for mr. Skerrit because he is not Dominica, he is only using Dominica for himself.

    • Joe
      November 20, 2014

      “I have not got much to lose but cause it islittle I have anyway, I will vote for Dominica and not for mr. Skerrit because he is not Dominica, he is only using Dominica for himself.”………………….So is team Dominica

      • Anonymous
        November 20, 2014

        So Joe you are not denying it? Remarkable.

    • Ma Moses
      November 20, 2014

      It is true, Mr. Skerrit has most to lose of all of us because he has so much already. So I’m not afraid of change, it is he who should be scared.

  32. nomorelaborinvain
    November 20, 2014

    A slap in the face of king jesus, messiah saviour skerrit. The man who has brought Dominica to the stage where we must beg for our daily bread.This man I have to concur is desperate. When you can lie so blatantly time after time like that what does that make you? Dominicans are so gullible to believe in Roosevelt Skerrit. Your politics is one of denegrating people to the lowest level Mr. Skerrit and come December 8 nor matter how gigantic your political crowds are we are going to put the political axe on you with the saw. It is time for you to go. Change is a must!

    • Marigot
      November 20, 2014

      Your statement sounds desperate. If you are begging for your daily bread and you can blog on a computer calling for change, something has to be wrong with you so check yourself. Beggars need help.

  33. real possie
    November 20, 2014

    Dude, how can you and your team go and nominate you all selves to run for public office but you did not put your contract with the people before nominating your selves? that’s what you call no face bold face.

    • change
      November 20, 2014

      Is it a requirements that u launch ur manifesto before nomination?????? As skerrit why pReduce a manifesto when labour failed to accomplished what it set out to in its manifesto….that’s what u need to concern ur self about… A party who time after time has failed to deliver on promises made it is manifesto..

  34. POWER HUNGRY
    November 20, 2014

    :mrgreen:

    • Straight
      November 20, 2014

      well the power hungry goes two ways!

  35. Anonymous
    November 20, 2014

    A A, somebody sponsor all-u wi. Lolololol woosshh

    • I need to know
      November 20, 2014

      All DLP has to do is let the rest of Dominica including me know where the money tree is. Someone has to sponsor an election. People do not get money from thin air. Money does not land on the doorstep. Oh oh my bad….I forgot….DLP money came from thin air. Campaign money just landed on the door step of then PM Skerritt. He needs no sponsor!

      • anon
        November 20, 2014

        I also need to know where the money for the UWP came from. They say they don’t have money but they are spending money, where is the UWP money tree?

      • Anonymous
        November 20, 2014

        Families in Europe who live in big houses and drive fancy cars that give them the money :mrgreen:

    • Papa Dom
      November 20, 2014

      You must be a very bad parent, the kind who never questions their children when the bring home gifts. Your concern should be the source of the DLP campaign finances.

    • Straight
      November 20, 2014

      rubbish utterances.
      UWP TEAM DOMINICA has always said they are going to have the manifesto. The question is ,are you going to read it? Another question, have you read DLP manifesto?

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