Some 100 persons came out in support of a protest by the United Workers Party (UWP).
UWP members and party supporters held placards outside the Fort Young Hotel on Thursday afternoon, the venue for the 21st intercessional conference of heads of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) is underway.
The UWP sought to get the attention of the CARICOM heads of governments regarding their concerns on alleged irregularities in the general elections.
“That is the main message that Caricom should, since they are here in Dominica, be aware of; the issues that are facing Dominicans; be aware of the fraudulent elections on the 18th of December 2009 and be aware that the people of Dominica are extremely concerned that democracy is under threat,” UWP Leader Ron Green said outside of Fort Young Hotel.
Green said he was satisfied with the outcome of the peaceful picket.
The opposition members also want the CARICOM leaders to place electoral reform on their agenda.
Parliament-elect for the Salisbury constituency Hector John said he is fulfilling the voice of his constituents by boycotting parliament.
Like Green, he too was satisfied with the outcome, as long as they proved their point.