Saint Lucia is among regional countries represented on a Caribbean Community (CARICOM) election observation mission in Dominica.
The Dominica elections will be held on Friday.
According to CARICOM Today, the observation mission is headed by Ms. Josephine Tamai, Chief Elections Officer, Department of Elections and Boundaries of Belize.
In addition to Saint Lucia, the team includes experts in Electoral Management and Administration from Antigua and Barbuda; The Bahamas; Barbados; Belize; Jamaica; St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Suriname.
The Mission will be supported by Mr. Jhonson Alexandre and Ms. Helen Marshall of the Foreign and Community Relations Directorate of the CARICOM Secretariat, it was reported.
Members of the Mission and the CARICOM Secretariat Support Staff were expected to begin arriving in the Commonwealth of Dominica on 2 December 2019 and depart by 9 December 2019.
The CARICOM Election Observation Mission will meet with the electoral officials, leaders of political parties and other stakeholders of the Commonwealth of Dominica, according to CARICOM Today.
It said that on the day of the elections, the Mission will monitor the electoral process including the opening of the Poll, the voting process, the closing of the Poll and the counting of the ballots.
The Election Observation Mission will issue a Preliminary Statement based on its observations and findings. A Report of the General Elections will be subsequently prepared and submitted to the Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community.