ROSEAU, DOMINICA – Protesters attempting to cancel nationwide elections have blocked roads resulting in the principle airport on the jap Caribbean island of Dominica.
Supporters of the opposition United Staff Social gathering arrange burning roadblocks on the 2 most important roads resulting in Douglas-Charles Airport, forcing the cancellation of at the least one flight Tuesday morning. Passengers for different flights have been compelled to stroll greater than a mile to the airport, dragging their baggage by means of the road.
The opposition says the countrys unfastened electoral guidelines enable the potential for fraud in the Dec. 6 elections and have sued to cease them. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says he plans for elections to proceed.
A decide is predicted to rule on the case Tuesday.