In this series, so far, we have discussed three foundation principles or considerations that will guide the actions of the Dominica Freedom Party as we seek to move beyond just talking. The first consideration relates to the pursuit of the big idea (making Dominica the nature island of the world) and we noted that in that regard that access to land will be a major determinant of the people's prosperity. The second consideration relates to the fundamental question that must be kept in mind when contemplating pursuing an idea - what are the critical problems that may prevent the venture from achieving success? The third consideration is that there must be investments by the people and we noted that there are significant challenges to be overcome in that regard.
In this and the next article we pause to share with you our answers to some questions we received about our response to the July 28th 2020/21 budget address by the Prime Minister of Dominica.
Question 1: The DFP released its response to the budget. It highlighted that there was a lack of reporting on sustainable development outcomes. Could you explain this observation?
On July 28th 2020, the Prime minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica gave the customary address in parliament in relation to the national budget. He presented the budget for fiscal year commencing July 2020 and ending June 2021 (FY20/21), under the theme – the road to dynamic Dominica; fostering economic resilience.
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