Former Postmaster General (PMG), Clare Wallace, this week scored a court victory against the government of Dominica.
Wallace, took the government to court challenging her transfer from Postmaster General to Deputy Director of Audit and then to Trade Officer 1 between the period September 2016 and January 2018.
Her lawyer, Kondwani Williams told the court the Public Service Commission was not competent and had no power to appoint any person or to transfer or remove any person under the constitution.
The attorney general’s office argued the matter was brought to court one year and six months after the transfer.
But the court found in favour of the claimant and declared that the Public Service Commission was not competent and had no power to make the transfer and so it is null and void.