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Moonilal: Covid-19 Dictatorship in T&T

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE entire situation involving the non-receipt of Covid-19 vaccines in Trinidad and Tobago is one of a Covid-19 dictatorship led by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. On Monday night, during the United National Congress (UNC) virtual meeting, Dr Roodal Moonilal and other speakers continued to lament the lack of the vaccines […]Read More

Moonilal Responds to Jeremie’s Legal Letter

  OROPOUCHE MP Dr Roodal Moonilal responds to a pre-action protocol letter sent to him by former attorney general John Jeremie stating that what he said about Jeremie was true and in the public interest. Jeremie and Energy Dynamics Limited had sent pre-action letters to Dr Moonilal on February 15. This after Dr Moonilal asked […]Read More

Moonilal: Name CCTV System after Andrea Bharatt

By Sue-Ann Wayow IT took the death of Andrea Bharatt for the Government to find money to repair much needed closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras across the country. This is according to Member of Parliament for Oropouche East Dr Roodal Moonilal who once again lambasted the government for what he claimed were incompetencies in the nation’s […]Read More

No Carnival 2021, but Patriotic is Ole Mas – Moonilal

  By Prior Beharry WHILE there was no Carnival for 2021, Patriotic Energies and Technologies Limited was ole mas. This was the comment from Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal in the Lower House on Friday during a non-confidence motion against the Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Franklin Khan. Patriotic, a subsidiary of the […]Read More

Moonilal: Is John Jeremie a Director of a Company Involved

  By Prior Beharry OROPOUCHE MP Dr Roodal Moonilal is asking whether former People’s National Movement (PNM) attorney general John Jeremie is a director of a company involved in an $84 million contract to provide Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras across Trinidad and Tobago. He was speaking at the United National Congress (UNC) Pavement Report […]Read More

Moonilal Tells Young: You Should be Obsessed with Kidnapping, Murder

  By Prior Beharry NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young is promising to have fixed “as soon as possible” the 800 closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras not working throughout Trinidad and Tobago. He was responding to an urgent question posed by Oropouche MP Dr Roodal Moonilal in the Lower House on Friday. Moonilal asked: “Could the […]Read More

No Wind-up for Kamla in No-Confidence Motion Against Young

  By Prior Beharry PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley did not vote in the no-confidence motion against his National Security Minister Stuart Young in the Lower House on Wednesday evening. And Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who brought the motion, did not wind it up after Speaker Brigid Annissette-George was called upon “to put the question” […]Read More

Moonilal: PNM Did Not Use Helicopter Because UNC Bought It

  By Prior Beharry THE People’s National Movement (PNM) Government did not use a helicopter to help with law enforcement because it was leased by the People’s Partnership regime. So said Oropouche MP Dr Roodal Moonilal speaking at the United National Congress’ virtual campaign launch for local government by-elections on Monday. Vertical Aviation LLC has […]Read More

Rowley, Moonilal in Social Media Brawl

Rowley: Opportunistic carbuncle Moonilal: Rowley FB diarrhoea  By Sue-Ann Wayow PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Opposition Member of the Parliament Dr Roodal Moonilal are having it out on social media, debating the issue of the deported Venezuelan refugees. In a lengthy Facebook post, Rowley called Moonilal, an “opportunistic carbuncle.” In a twitter response, Moonilal labelled it […]Read More

Moonilal Supports Kamla for Political Leader of the UNC

  VASANT Bharath, challenger of the United National Congress (UNC) political leadership position, is not a member of the House of Representatives and therefore cannot assume  the position of Opposition Leader even if he was successful in the UNC internal elections on December 6. This is according to the executive committee of  the Oropouche East constituency of the […]Read More