ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – The Dominica Freedom Party (DFP) was Thursday preparing to formally release its manifesto, becoming the second political party to do so in the lead up to the December 18 poll.
Speaking ahead of the official launch at the weekend, DFP leader Judith Pestaina touted her party’s 19-page document as “a manifesto with a difference” while dismissing the ruling Dominica Labour Party’s (DLP) 48-page programme that was unveiled last week as “a set of bullet points on different sectors with no clear plan on how the objectives will be achieved.
“In fact, it’s like a déjà vu,” she told the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) in an interview.
Pestaina also said there was “no magic” to a set of 20 “guidelines” recently released by the main opposition United Workers Party (UWP), which is yet to unveil its manifesto. cont./
Courtesy of: Caribbean Daily News
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