Category Archives: International News

Time for an Audit of our Millionaires

I am calling on the Integrity In Office Public (IPO) to fulfill it’s mandate and with immediate effect, conduct a financial audit of all Dominica’s Millionaires who created/ amassed/appropriated unto themselves, wealth, properties, investments,and monies, to the tune of multi millions unexplained and inconsistent with their legal income for the years beginning 2004 – 2020. […]

Of Literature & Liberty -The First Virtual Congress of Dominican Writers

By Gabriel J Christian, Esq. On the evening of October 31, 2020 the First Virtual Congress of Dominican Writers was held via Zoom and Facebook Live. The event was also carried live by The Dominican.net Radio (TDN).. Organized by the Dominica Arts and Literary Association (DALA), the event brought together writers of Dominican heritage on […]

A 3rd November insult

So on November 3rd you will issue a call to your nation in your expensive suit, to come together, let’s unite… On November 3rd as you have done in a decade and a half of boldface hypocrisy…. Calling on an abused nation to come together… Just one week before 3rd November 2020 in the highest […]

IS POPE FRANCIS PRESIDING OVER A CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH A HOMOSEXUAL SUB-CULTURE AND WILL DOMINICA FOLLOW THE LEAD OF THE POPE?

In a movie recently was shown at the Rome Film Festival, Pope Francis used a contemporary legal argument to justify his views on long held catholic teachings with respect to the issue of same sex unions. The Holy father reportedly gave his nod to same sex unions by stating, “gay people have the right to […]

The Negre Mawon Forevermore! The Dominican Writer and the Cause of Liberty

by Gabriel J. Christian, Esq. Somewhere it is written that truth crushed to the ground will one day rise again. And who shall ensure the endurance of eternal truth where it is coupled with humanity’s yearning to be free? No one is better suited to that task than the writer who ensures that the record […]

PART II: BOTH THE DOMINICA AND OECS BAR ASSOCIATIONS SHOULD STOP THEIR POLITICAL CONDEMNATIONS AND SEEK TO FULFILL THEIR STATED AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The OECS Bar Association was formed 31 years ago in 1989 “out of the dire need then to improve the terms and conditions of service for the members of the Judiciary.”  It has since evolved as a regional body that acts as “the voice of the Judges who [are] unable to speak for themselves and […]

PART I: STRONG CONDEMNATION BY THE BAR ASSOCIATIONS OF DOMINICA AND THE OECS OF THE LEADER OF OPPOSITION FOR ALLEGED ATTACKS ON THE JUDICIARY

In separate and joint statements issued by the Dominica Bar Association (DBA) and the OECS Bar Association (OECS Bar), Hon. Lennox Linton, the Leader of Opposition of Dominica has been the subject of strong condemnation for what is described as “recent vicious attacks on His Lordship, the Hon. Justice Raulston Glasgow”  in remarks made by him […]

PART XVI: RESPONSE OF SC ANTHONY ASTAPHAN TO THE REPORT OF THE MULTI-SECTORAL GROUP ON ELECTORAL REFORM IN DOMINICA, CONT’D

In the last article of this series, we focused on the introduction, alleged misrepresentation and misstatements as highlighted by Senior Counsel Anthony W. Astpahan in his well-researched report entitled, “Response to the Report on the electoral reform effort by the Group comprising of leaders of churches, the business community and civil society (THE REPORT).  As […]

The OECS and Dominica Bar Association are Blind to the Cause of Justice in the Matter of the Glasgow Decision

by Justice Jaco Congoree of the Law Firm of Black, Kalinago & Freed. On or about October 19, 2020 one Justice Glasgow of the High Court struck out the election petitions brought by members of the United Workers Party (UWP) of Dominica grounded in bribery and various others violations of Dominica’s electoral laws. Without going […]

PART XV: RESPONSE OF SC ANTHONY ASTAPHAN TO THE REPORT OF THE ELECTORAL REFORM GROUP COMPRISING CHURCH, BUSINESS AND CIVIL SOCIETY

In this series of articles on electoral reform efforts in Dominica, we have so far discussed the unaccepted, rejected and/or unimplemented recommendations of several regional and international election observers contained in separate and in joint special-mission reports of the OAS, Commonwealth and CARICOM dating back from 2009.  We also discussed the tremendous work of the […]