Today in History: Ronald Green was sworn in as Leader of the Opposition in Dominica

Ronald Green

Ronald Milner Green is a Dominican politician who has served as the head of the United Workers’ Party.

In that capacity, Green was also the Leader of the Opposition of Dominica from 2005 until 2009, when he lost his seat in the House of Assembly in the general election.

Green is now serving in the Assembly as an appointed senator.

Green holds a B.S. Degree in Health and Physical Education from the City College of New York, a MA in Education from Manhattan College in addition to pre-doctoral level studies at Columbia University.

He was employed by various local NGO’s before he first entered Parliament as MP for the La Plaine consistuency in the 1995 general election.

In 2006 he became deputy leader of the UWP following the resignation of Earl Williams when he became the Political Leader. On August 8, 2008, he was officially sworn-in as Leader of the Opposition.

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