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Local businessman decides to sue two leading members of the Dominica Freedom Party

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Local businessman Parry Bellot has announced his decision to sue two leading members of the Dominica Freedom Party for defamation.

Bellot made the announcement at a press conference this week, where he cited Gregor Nassief, who recently announced a similar decision, as his inspiration to pursue the case.

Bellot claimed that he would take the case against DFP leader Kent Vital and Chairman Johnson Boston for what he has called an “attack” via radio.

Bellot denied alleged accusations of payment from the Prime Minister.

Meantime, DFP leader Kent Vital has brushed the matter aside, telling media that Mr. Bellot is free to make his case.

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An agreement to conduct an Environmental Impact Assessment ahead of construction of the International Airport.

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Government has reached an agreement to conduct an Environmental Impact Assessment ahead of construction of the International Airport.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit spoke to the media on Monday during a site visit to Joe Burton where construction has begun on 37 homes for relocation of displaced Wesley residents.

Mr. Skerrit said Government is seeking to use the services of local experts.

Meantime Prime Minister Skerrit said an agreement could be finalized soon for the construction of the international airport.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.

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Ainsworth Irish plans to push for better relations between Police and Citizens

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New Consultant for Dominica’s Community Policing Programme Ainsworth Irish plans to push for better relations between police and citizens within his new post.

Irish is a former Superintendent of Police, and is President of a center for disabled children, as well as a member of the Dominica Council on ageing.

He said he has experience in the field, and stressed positive police/citizen relations for crime reduction.

Irish says he will also push for greater communication between communities and Police Officers and plans to revive Neighborhood Watches.

Ainsworth Irish, Consultant for the Community Policing Programme

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