Presentations from DBF consultation on electoral reform (Part 2): Julian Johnson

Johnson is a former Cabinet Secretary

“Political party and election campaign finance and independent electoral commission”

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  1. Martha
    August 14, 2023

    This should be forwarded on to Byron. Nothing more to be added.

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  2. BnB
    August 14, 2023

    Great work. Bravo Mr Johnson.
    I thank u for your timely contribution in this matter. I hope that the government and all stake holders will adhere to the advice given by both Sir Denise Biron and Mr. Johnson in this matter. This is not about politics this is about country. Great job , u did justice to this unbias document because of your wealth of knowledge and experience.

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  3. B
    August 14, 2023

    As imposing as Rule of Law is designed in the above address, with its strong, welcomed mandate of fairness, whence since failures in Rule of Law overturning due structure and constitutional rights been in balance in our Courts? Fairness must be met with Fairness, as Fairness in court is usually Political in texture.

  4. August 11, 2023

    Julien Johnson forgot to remove the word Canada in this presentation. This shows it was a copy and paste document most likely from Canadian law.

    • Behave
      August 14, 2023

      @Point Good catch!
      Not very reassuring for a Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor, Mediator of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court and Notary Public. He really should be all over the detail for such an important presentation. The least you would expect from someone of his calibre, is a cut and paste job!!!

      • August 15, 2023

        Julian Johnson is a big joker, always and will be.

    • Truth Be Told
      August 14, 2023

      …and the Canadian law is a damn good case study for Dominica to follow especially as both are fellow ex-British colonies and now fellow independent Commonwealth nations.. Canada having an excellent rule of law and Governance record!

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    • Bruno
      August 15, 2023

      So what? What’s good for Canada must be good for Dominica!

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