Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says a new Dominica Labour Party (DLP) government will introduce recommended changes for electoral reform in Dominica dismissing suggestions that Dominica currently has “a voting system that no other country in the world has”.

“I want to make it clear that this new Dominica Labour Party government which we are about to re-elect shall introduce recommended reforms as soon as such reforms are ready and have been imputed by all willing Dominicans residents at home and abroad,” Skerrit told a DLP meeting on Sunday.

Skerrit and five other DLP candidates, including health minister Dr Irving McIntyre, were nominated unopposed for the December 6 snap general election on Friday that Skerrit called two years ahead of the constitutional deadline.

The Electoral Office said 45 candidates will contest the 15 remaining seats in the 21` member Parliament with the DLP contesting all seats,  Team Unity Dominica five seats and there are 10 independents.

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