The leadership of the United Workers Party (UWP) said they are awaiting announcement by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit about the next sitting of parliament before it makes another move.
The UWP has not been attending parliament, claiming that the December 18, 2009 general elections were fraudulent.
“Whenever the next parliament is called, the UWP will take a decision as to what it does about the boycott,” party leader Ronald Green told a media interview.
The UWP conducted a parliament boycott two consecutive times, first on February 04, 2010 and on March 2010.
“We wanted to send a very clear signal that the elections were fraudulent and number of matters had to be cleared out before we can have free and fair elections in Dominica,” Green said.
The UWP, which has gone to the High Court challenging the results of five constituencies including that of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, wants fresh general elections within 18 months.
In addition, the party wants electoral reform with the provision of voter identification cards and a new voters’ list.
– DNO Correspondent