The Electoral Reform Group will continue its public education exercise on electoral reform on Tuesday evening with a public discussion at the conference room of the Dominica Public Service Union.
Invitations have been extended to the leaders of the Dominica Labour Party, the United Workers Party and the Dominica Freedom Party to participate.
Father Nigel Karam, the representative of the Dominica Christian Council will serve as moderator.
Group representative, Severin McKenzie says the meeting is a follow-up discussion on the pertinent issue of electoral reform ahead of the general election.
The topic for the discussion is: “Electoral Reform – Facilitating the verification of identity of persons on the Voter’s Registration Lists to enhance the process of issuing Voter ID Cards as an administrative tool in Sanitizing Voters Registration List.”
The Electoral Reform Group is represented by the Dominica Christian Council, the Dominica Evangelical Association, the Dominica Business Forum Inc. (DBF Inc.), the Dominica Bar Association, the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) and the Waterfront and Allied Workers Union (WAWU)