ELECTION: Dominica Freedom Party (DFP) position on the upcoming general election

DFP political leader, Kent Vital

After 19 years of Dominica Labour Party government the people of our beloved country Dominica are still struggling for a better quality of life including more and secure employment, secure and aesthetically pleasing housing, a thriving economy, more relevant education, better health care and above all, just, transparent and honest government. We are far from tapping into our true potential given that we have so much we can utilize to transform f Dominica into the country we know it can be.  Not only are we not doing well economically, but there is too much social and moral decay in our land. When we speak to many of our young people, most of them do not see a future for themselves in the land of their birth. Common decency and courtesy seem to have disappeared from our society and it is a case of every man for himself instead of what we espouse in our national anthem “all for each and each for all”.It is therefore very clear that over the last 19 years our country has failed miserably to provide the economic, social, political and sustainable development which would have put us on par with our sister CARICOM countries.  But what is responsible for this?  The Dominica Freedom Party is of the view that this has been due to bad governance by the Dominica Labour Party.  Our country seems to be heading down the wrong path and if we do not change course urgently, this country will become one where poverty and lawlessness thrive.  We are already among the worst performers in the Caribbean in so many areas, but it will only get worse if we do not change direction.

It was because of this situation that over the last four years, the Dominica Freedom Party has been working tirelessly towards revitalizing the Party – a Party which has a reputation for integrity and good performance in government. This was why since 2017, under new leadership, we embarked on building a solid team to contest the 2019/20 general elections.  We were doing so in the conviction that the country needed to be led by men and women of integrity as the foremost requirement especially as we were faced with an environment marked by blind political loyalty. In effect, our goal was to change the political culture in the country.  But we were also seeking to build a team with the right balance of men and women who were creative, competent, experienced, and who put the love of country before self in keeping with our Motto “People before power, people before privilege and things”.

We are very pleased that our message has reached so many. We are happy that we have contributed to changing the political culture and we will continue to push for that.  We have seen the awakening of the political consciousness of Freedomites, Labourites and UWPites. We have indicated that our country can do better and we have explained the challenges that have hindered the country and how a Freedom Party government would pursue development.  We have communicated to you through our flagship radio programme – Freedom and You, which is aired every Wednesday at 8.00 pm on Q95 FM Radio Station; and over the past seven months, we have also communicated to you through the Freedom Speaks Column on the weekly Sun Newspaper. We have made many interventions on critical issues facing the nation on other radio programmes and in many other ways.  We have also had a few block public meetings within the last four months. We have gladly received your feedback to our messages and so many Dominicans were glad to see the return of the Freedom Party.  You have said to us that we are contributing much to educate our people on political and development matters.  Many have said that we have awoken their hope and dreams for our country and that they long to see the Dominica Freedom Party back in office. And many of you were waiting patiently for us to publicly declare our candidates.

In that regard, we were able to identify potential candidates in several constituencies who were willing to contest the 2019 general election on a Freedom Party ticket. However, in light of the stark financial realities caused by a weak economy and political victimization which many actually experienced due to their association with the DFP, we have had significant setbacks in moving forward.

DFP president, Johnson Boston

Notwithstanding the strong desire of many persons to see our country rescued from the Roosevelt Skerrit regime – a regime bent on cheating and stealing the elections, dividing our country, pursuing self-interest and that of their co-conspirators and enablers ahead of the national interest,  and through all of that, a regime that is leading Dominica down a path of being a destitute and rogue country, many of our members, supporters, well-wishers have advised us that we should avoid splitting the votes in such a crucial general election. Many have further advised that the Party should focus on the next general elections (2024/25) so as to allow a straight contest between the United Workers Party and the Dominica Labour Party for the upcoming general elections on December 6th 2019.

Given the political mood in the country and listening to the advice of our supporters and well-wishers, we are of the view that the country’s interest should come first -well ahead of everything else.  Hence, at a recent meeting of the DFP Executive Committee, the Party has taken the decision that the Dominica Freedom Party will not contest the upcoming general election.

But the Dominica Freedom Party will continue to work towards ending this reign of corruption which is hanging over our heads. This is important to stop our country from hitting rock bottom. We must embark on a journey of hope and dignity. Our farmers need to be independent again. Our people must be supported to be entrepreneurial.  Our people must be able to earn so that they can live well and flourish rather than being dependent on politicians for hand-outs and favours.   But that turn-around must begin with a change of government.  Many stakeholders in our land are letting their voices be heard with respect to the need to right many wrongs including that related to the fairness of elections, the need to account fully for CBI moneys, the need to place the interest of Dominicans above interest of foreigners with respect to contracts for public works, the sale of passports, the use of CBI funds, and the corrupt use of public resources, to name a few.   Since the United Worker Party is in a position of readiness to contest the upcoming general elections, we feel they are best placed to help our country take that first step.  The Dominica Freedom Party will, therefore, use its platform to continue to independently call for that first step.  Through our radio programmes, our weekly column in The Sun newspaper, and through other means, we will continue to educate and encourage all Dominicans to make informed decisions to ensure the change that is so vital at this stage of our development.

Furthermore, we will bring into greater focus the task of redeveloping the Party not just as a traditional political party, but one with a difference which will engage persons on development issues for bringing real change to our country. Even though we are not in government our work will continue with Dominicans at home and abroad.

Furthermore, as a political force, during the new political cycle, we will hit the ground running and work with the many persons who have shown great interest in continuing to spread the messages and ethos of the Party.

Finally, we want all Dominicans to note that we will not relent on our call for electoral reform.  We expect that a new government will progress swiftly towards the cleansing of the voters list, the issuance of voter ID cards and ultimately to pursue other reforms such as fixed dates for general elections and term limits.

We wish to thank the members of the DFP Executive Committee, our supporters, the general membership, and well-wishers and not least our sponsors for their dedication and commitment to the Dominica Freedom Party.

Let us stand together as we stand on the threshold of a new dawn to rebuild and restore Dominica, our beautiful and beloved country

God bless the Commonwealth of Dominica and all her citizens

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41 Comments

  1. Lin clown
    November 19, 2019

    Jonathan,I am in Dominica enjoying MILK and HONEY.I know Skerrit.Skerrit does not know me.I do not need Skerrit.I have done my National Service,and did well for myself.I stayed back to build Dominica after Maria.WHERE ARE YOU?People like you rejoiced at the destruction of Dominica,stay where you are.We do not need you,we do not need your advice.Give your advice to your brother GABRIEL ST.JEAN.TRAITOR.

  2. fedup
    November 19, 2019

    The Freedom Party have been lazy, ineffective and a downright political disgrace! DFP have not created balance but have allowed the polarization of the current state! Shame

  3. My mouth
    November 19, 2019

    So long freedom die rasta man..wasted time young man.
    Get a.life no resurrection for freedom…

    • viewsexpressed
      November 22, 2019

      The Freedom Party is not the few who make up the members of the party. It is you me, everyone else, moreseo eligible to vote. “fedup”, have you been lazy over the past five years to help in your area, village and Dominica to rally round people to be part of this decent party? Some commenting and are critical without facts and information to back up wayward comments.
      I have been with Freedom for years, also I have recognised the stability, professionalism and honesty with great leadership of the UWP. That is where me and many others deserve to & will vote. This Skerrit and abusive, failed incompetent Labour government has failed our people and seen our Dominica reduced to begging, poor development. This current failed Labour government under Skerrit is illiterate. Know not of socio-economic development but we see many of these blind Labour people not address the bobol practices that he is leading on, for example, the 1.Bin Bobol, 2.Fertlizer Bobol, 3.Red Clinic Bobol. UWP for…

    • viewsexpressed
      November 22, 2019

      Mr. So called “my Mouth”, please stop making a fool and abuse your Assests on matters you appear to be childish and ignorant about. Please take tme and read and try after to comment and respond to people like myself that others who comment themselves to address matters affecting our Nature Isle, our Dominica, where we see this highly corrupt labour government has failed our people.. We comment because we want our Dominica back from corrupt Skerrit’s failed labour corrupt government. We have to take our government back. We have to be open to the parties and politicians and blind loyalties of the decency of politics and the honesty (No Bobol – like this failed Labour government) in government. We need trusted mature, dedicated, experienced leaders and people to take over Dominica and together with we the people to plot the direction where our Dominica should be going and the priority is to respect states finances and its people. We want Skerrit & failed Labour OUT!.
      Welcome Hon…

  4. Don
    November 19, 2019

    Dominica farming was dying before labour. UWP put the nail on the coffin.
    Dominica never had manufacturing. We had sweat shops. All of you who think labour is bad, you all will wish for labour days again.
    Skerit might be stealing but he is doing well for Dominicans . Compare progress in Da to our sister neighbours. We have so much and yet we want more. Skerit is not without blame, however he is better for Dominica right now.

    • viewsexpressed
      November 21, 2019

      Don, This is nonsense talk.” Skerrit might be stealing but he is doing well for Dominicans”.
      Don this is what we refer to as “oxymoron”. You understand? You are saying that “Skerrit might be stealing, but he doing well for Dominicans.” Don, please erase this statement from your head. This is just not true and maybe you are not aware that under Skerrit, our farmers no longer ship bananas and other crops to the UK. Why, because failed Skerrit has abused our states money into nonsense and now is selling our passports to all kind of Ole Teeth foreigners and we do not see any investment they have done in our Dominica. Skerrit is a blind Bat Politician who knows noting of socio-economic development. He is just spontaneous without any thought. He is not a motivator but buys loyalty and has all kind of weird people like Astaphan who advise him with nonsense because they know that they can play around him because he`s illiterate how to develop our country. Skerrit has failed. He must…

    • viewsexpressed
      November 22, 2019

      1. Dominica farming was dying before labour. UWP put the nail on the coffin.
      Response: Don, you seem politically bias, ignorant and blind to reality.
      2. Dominica never had manufacturing.
      Response: Don, really? Under UWP, DFP, bananas and agricultural crops was in abundance. I know so because I was deep in it. Our Hucksters were on the go.
      3. Skerrit might be stealing but he is doing well for Dominicans.
      Response: Lol, really? Is it stealing our DA resources? Man did you read what you wrote there? You have facts? We know that Skerrit is a big ignoramous failure, but you are giving us updated news you know of? Thanks much?
      4.We have so much and yet we want more.
      Response: You are so right on this one, because our state`s resources have not been well managed by this failed immature boyish Skerrit.
      5. Skerrit is not without blame? However he is better for Dominica right now?
      Response: Lol..lol.”not without blame???” “Better for Dominica”, are you sick, joking or what?…

  5. My mouth
    November 19, 2019

    So long freedom die..so long..to me dat doh exisits u just wasted your time rasta. Stupes…freedom is labour all de way…smoke dat..i was poto freedom…but it died years ago. No resurrection fornu guys

    • viewsexpressed
      November 21, 2019

      “My Mouth”, Please put Domininca first and let us get rid of this dirty, highly corrupted Labour Government and its immature, incompetent Odd Minister Skerrit. They have killed our government, our nature island and they must Go, they know nothing of socio-economic development and Skerrit i the worse n that pack. This failed man Skerrit is hopeless and has been for the past 19 years. Under Skerrit and his lazy, failed Labour government has ruined our agriculture, our social and economic development and managed by this failed corrupted Labour government under it`s failed leaders and supporters.
      We love our Dominica and we need to take it back. We have to kick out this failed, corrupted led labour government. My people, we put Dominica first, we need to take it back. We welcome Hon Lennox Linton, a prolific, intelligent, sincere and well positioned gentleman to be Prime Minister of our Dominica, ably supported by his, our, UWP highly professional UWP Team Dominica. We Will Win. http://WWW...

      ADMIN: Your link got cut off during posting making it incomplete. You can always try posting it separately.

  6. John Prosper
    November 19, 2019

    Kent, it shows that you are not a leader. Your have failed miserably to put a party together. Now you are depending on Lennox? You have no balls kent. The DLP will defeat both DFP and UWP combined.

    • viewsexpressed
      November 21, 2019

      John Prosper, you are a typical loose Labour Supporter. Kent and The DFP put Dominica first, always. Its not about Kent, or Bosso, it is about our ailing Dominica and to get those who have ruined our Domininca, its economy, its people as beggars and the highly on gong Bobol. This Labour government is a failure and will account for our money etc once the Hon. Linton and his trusted professional UWP Team are in office and therefore failed Skerrit (Scare-rit) and his failed corrupted Labour Team will have alot of questions to answer, to we the people and to the incoming UWP government under its decent, trusted, professional on Lennox Linton.
      Dominicans, please wake up. We have lost 19 years under this failed Skerrit and his corrupted failed Labour Governemnt. Too much of Bin Bobol, Red Clinic Bobol, passport Bobol and the abuse of our poor struggling people.
      We need a good account of our states money over the past 19 years. We selling passports, who has the money. Skerrit get out, Go.

  7. TJ
    November 18, 2019

    Freedom bells are ready for ringing. Let freedom ring as UWP take over the reign of governance. The change is coming. Let the freedom bells ring.

  8. Ibo France
    November 18, 2019

    Well articulated Mr. Vital. The DLP rulership has been nothing but ruinous. They have butchered the economy; bulldozed agriculture; euthanized the healthcare system; arrested National Insecurity and thrashed the public service. They have made more promises than a fairy godmother. Here is just a little reminder: ( 1)geothermal energy (2) international airport (3) Margot Hospital (4) ten health centres (5) resurrection from the tomb of Roseau
    Two of the most egregious and painful things are the starvation payments to public servants and pensioners and the lowest minimum wage in the Eastern Caribbean. Returning these ill-equipped, unfeeling, soulless reprobate to power, the entire country will have hell to pay. Sweep them OUT!

  9. Danziger
    November 18, 2019

    Two MASSISI zor bien boray, PM, ba yo bwa champeche pour pickay yo.

  10. mine
    November 18, 2019

    Mamo took her party with her so no matter how much you try it won’t work DFP is dead.

  11. Lin clown
    November 18, 2019

    In less than 5 years,UWP sold DOMLEC,they sold our shares at NBD,they borrowed $140 million from TRINIDAD at 14% interest.They were deducting Social Security and not paying.They borrowed millions of $ from Social Security,and could not pay .In 4 1/2 years they left a debt of $ 452 million,They left a debt of $ 5 million at a business place (LPO).UWP destroyed the country in 4 1/2 years.

    • Jonathan Y St Jean
      November 19, 2019

      Lin clown, you say that the UWP sold Domlec and shares in NBD. You are short-sighted and missed the opportunity to own a piece of assets of the country. Who prevented you from buying some shares yourself? Many Dominicans including myself, bought and own shares in these entities. Shortsighted folks like you should realize that the private ownership and management of such assets are better managed than when government ownership prevails, that’s why the private sector is preferable to the public sector in commercial enterprises. Welcome to the world of capitalism.

  12. Man bites dogs
    November 18, 2019

    Shut your stupid guts Kent Vidal, you are a bloody disgrace and don’t know which side of the moon you are i will help you! Make your way to Morne Diablotins go to the top the moon is not too far away there you can smoke some designer cigarettes bloody workers cloned!!!!!

    • Ibo France
      November 18, 2019

      Dog Biter and his ghost writer are hopelessly trapped in profound ignorance and self pity.
      Help them both Lord, they cannot reason to help themselves. They can’t see beyond their eyelashes; they don’t know their right foot from the left one; they are two pathetic parasites with arms outstretched waiting for their ‘cool outs’.

    • Say What
      November 19, 2019

      You just demonstrated how much of an idiot you are to make such an unintelligible comment. I suspect that you’ve been drinking from the gutters again and smoking sprang

    • viewsexpressed
      November 22, 2019

      Man Bites Dogs….woof…woooooof…woof, you have just continued to stain yourself with all these loud barking you do disturbing the neighbourhood. Go eat a bone and com back. This time, no woof…woof…woof…barking in the yard, but attempt to write something good of a tame woof woof dog that we are able to read well and appreciate y9ur thoughts and not your barking, woof…woof…woof. Too many stray dogs are out there already, elevate yourself to that of humanity and decency and not reduce yourself yo political hypocrisy of failed Skerrit and failed corrupted Labour Government. Dominica comes first. Skerrit has failed us. We look forward to read your new comments that will now be of decency, maturity and something that we are able to comprehend and compliment you.
      We desperately need to get failed Skerrit and his failed Labour Party out of our Government. They have killed our agriculture, ignorant to Socio-economic development, lacks leadership and direction. Welcome Hon.Linton

  13. jaded
    November 18, 2019

    Looks like the DFP leader, Vital, made a deal with Linton. Maybe he will get a position should UWP form the next government.

    In any case it is a bad idea for the DFP to sit out the elections. That only pushes the party further into oblivion. Dumb idea.

    • viewsexpressed
      November 21, 2019

      Jaded, that will be great. Our Dominica comes first. We need to clean up our Dominica from the rugged despicable corrupted Labour Government. Wake up and let us put our Dominica first. We need trusted government and we welcome the UWP Team Dominica, under its distinguished leader, incoming Prime Minister Hon. Lennox Linton and his highly professional, dedicated, trusted UWP Team.
      Dominicans please kick out Skerrit and his failed, immature, corru0ted Labour government. hey have ruined our agriculture and reduced to ur poor people to beggars. Shame on your Skerrit ad, Odd Minister and that too of your failed labour government.

  14. Eagle-Eyed
    November 18, 2019

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
    Will the real Freedomites, if they care about their party, please get rid of these jokers and start rebuilding this once great party!!!!
    After nineteen years in government and doing great things for the people of this country, the Labor party need effective opposition to enable it to perform even better in the future. I would like to see the Freedom Party resurrected to provide more effective opposition than the UWP.

    • viewsexpressed
      November 19, 2019

      “After nineteen years in government and doing great things for the people of this country, the Labor party need effective opposition to enable it to perform even better in the future”
      This is BS talk Eagle Blind Eye. You have nothing substantial to offer on this matter. 19 years in government, we now see a failed Labour government with an exceptional failed Prime (odd) Minister. You sit there where your failed Skerrit and corrupt labour government has killed our banana industry, where no bananas, fruits, other agricultural produce are no longer exported to the UK. You Blind eagle eyed, where the hell have you been? Our farmers are now poor an receive handouts cash from your filed Skerrit. Is this the way ou wish our people t live and survive daily under this corrupt labour Government. It appears you take care of Skerrit and not your dilapidated Dominica and its suffering poor begging people created by Skerrit and his failed incompetent Boo Labour Party? Skerrit Goes. Get out, Go…

      • Eagle-Eyed
        November 20, 2019

        viewsexpresses! The banana industry died a natural death when the UK joined the European Union Common market. Before this move by the UK, the small Caribbean islands had protection on the UK market for our bananas but EU rule meant that the UK as part of the EU had to open up their market to the much larger banana producing countries who could easily out-produce us in volume and quality and could get their produce quicker and easier to the UK, so that definitely put the smaller countries like Dominica at a disadvantage. What we can hope now, with the advent of BREXIT, we can renegotiate with the British Government to get back that protection.

        • viewsexpressed
          November 22, 2019

          Eagle Eyed, I think that you should be careful with this below:
          “What we can hope now, with the advent of BREXIT, we can renegotiate with the British Government to get back that protection.”
          Do you know much of “Brexit?”. I just returned from the UK and it appears that you have defined “Brexit” to what is nor being discussed up there in the UK.
          Dominica needs to wake up with sound leadership and no little immature boyish behaviour. There is alot to be observed, discussed, and consult with. Have we got the sufficient volume of bananas to transport to the UK? This is no sweet journey that the UK is just gonna yes to us. Have we got the resources. You see, this immature failed Skerrit has killed our agriculture and is now selling passports that has not yet been accounted for, that is a volume of sales and to whom? So Eagle Eye, you see the mess Skerrit has put us in?
          Dominicans, we need change and that Failed Skerrit must go. Labour and Skerrit have suffocated our Dominica…

  15. Jonathan Y St Jean
    November 18, 2019

    I applaud the leadership of the Freedom Party for putting the country above narrow political egos and petty political interests. To have the opposition votes divided into two would have given the rulling regime an easy path to victory. What is required at this time is to remove the corrupt politicians running the country so the good name of Dominica can be restored and the ordinary citizen given a chance to have meaningful lives. The dependency on a government for everything is not the way of a resilient country. I hope the UWP party will allow a piece of the pie to go to the Freedom party if it forms the next government.

  16. Child of Itassi
    November 18, 2019

    Archetypal move by the DFP. He who fights and runs away lives to fight another day. After the exposés of the doomed DLP, The UWP should welcome you as a formidable opposition.

  17. Casio
    November 18, 2019

    please stay out of this election. Maybe the next when you can pick up enough steam. But right now, do not contest and split the votes even further. Please and thanks.

  18. Flingstone
    November 18, 2019

    Some people saying that labour there for so long and 19 years and nothing done but is now they saying they going to do. But people need to understand some things take 19, 20, 40 or more years to happen. This is a country, it’s not just building a house it’s building houses, and considering where we been and how far we come a lot has happened since then. We humans forget very quickly, we complain a lot ask for things when it come we complain it was soon enough or it not done right. We very rarely accept things that we ask for because by that time we are too busy asking for something else. Well Christ walk the earth heal the sick, fed the poor and people still said crucify him which they did. Being a politician or leader of a country is attempting to play God’s role trying to please all the people, boy what a task.

    • %
      November 18, 2019

      Stop making excuses for bad leadership and evil, wicked men and women. That’s what is obtained in the Skerrit led DLP.
      Skerrit
      Whey is di money?
      Whey is di money?
      Whey is di money?

    • Jonathan Y St Jean
      November 18, 2019

      What the Labour Party has done to destroy agriculture, manufacturing and make many Dominicans unemployed in 19 years, do you want to leave them longer? At that rate, after 40 years there wouldn’t be a country called Dominica any more. Their terrible record speaks for them.

      • Flingstone
        November 18, 2019

        So you find nothing wrong to only focussing only on negatives, not one thing good happened in Dominica in 19 years? Well my life has improved significantly by hard work here in Dominica, not through no cool out, never through hand out. The same Dominica people claim they can’t make it.

    • SMH
      November 18, 2019

      Chupss!

      Give me a break! In less than 5 years in office the UWP government built two schools and gave public officers a 3% salary increase.
      That’s all I will say for now.

      • bill
        November 18, 2019

        That’s all ner they did ?…

      • November 18, 2019

        @SMH, well that is not much to say though. Or is it the only thing you have fo say? Then what a weak defense

        What is the building of 2 schools in 5 years, how long does it take to build one school?

      • Boyz
        November 18, 2019

        So why were they voted out????

    • November 18, 2019

      “But people need to understand some things take 19, 20, 40 or more years to happen—@Flingstone

      This has been my very thought, my friend, I am glad to read that someone else has that understanding

      When Jesus told the unbelieving Jews to destroy the Temple and He will raise it up in three years, they said to Him:

      “It took “46 years” to build the Temple and You will raise it up in three days?” But Jesus was speaking about His own body, the
      Home of the Holy God in Him. The Jews did not know that.

      And there is another saying in the Bible which goes like that: “One day is like a thousand years to the Lord and one thousand years is like one day to Him”

      We don’t have to accept the Government’s promises, for we fail to understand that God is the Primary controller.

      So when people rudely reject the Government’s plan, they reject God’s plan, then they blame the Government for not having fulfilled their promise, which is all their fault.

    • viewsexpressed
      November 19, 2019

      Flintstone: What BS Rubbish you just wrote there? Rad Again
      But people need to understand some things take 19, 20, 40 or more years to happen. This is a country, it’s not just building a house it’s building houses, and considering where we been and how far we come a lot has happened since then. We humans forget very quickly, we complain a lot ask for things when it come we complain it was soon enough or it not done right.”
      Flintstone. you are in denial and know not what you are talking about. We had our banana industry before your Skerrit was born and he came to Dominica when the banana industry was thriving. It is your failed Skerrit who killed it as he focus on selling our precious states passports to all Tom, Dick, and Harriette. Our farmers are now broke, their families suffering in poverty.
      Is this the Skerrit you wish to run our country? He now sells our precious passports to nefarious weird people who should not have our passports. Skerrit is hopeless Prime Minister. He Goes

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