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OPM: Maybe Only CARICOM Observers for General Elections

    THE Office of the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago says while it is trying to have election observers for the August 10 General Elections, it looks like only a Caribbean Community (CARICOM) mission will be here. On July 9, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley made a request to the CARICOM and Commonwealth […]Read More

Cambridge Analytica: Griffith says He Works on Facts, Not Politicians’

    POLICE Commissioner Gary Griffith says he works on facts and evidence and not on comments by Parliamentarians. He made the comment on the private Facebook page of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. This following a post by Rowley after the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) said it closed the investigation into allegations […]Read More

Rowley: Kamla will Sacrifice TT for Chance at the Polls

    PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley is accusing Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar of fuelling unfounded allegations that could lead sanctions imposed on Trinidad and Tobago by the United States. He made the claim in a post on Facebook on Saturday. Rowley said it was the position of the UNC that for the party to […]Read More

Stay at Home Measures Remain to May 10 in TT

    STAY at home measures in Trinidad and Tobago remain in place until May 10. This was revealed by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at a news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s on Saturday. Borders will remain closed until May 15, he said. Rowley also said that hardware stores will be opened […]Read More

PM’s Eldest Brother dies

    SCARBOROUGH – THE eldest brother of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, has passed away. He died at the Scarborough General Hospital on Friday. And Rowley in reference to the Covid-19 threat and the restrictions placed on nationals, said he regretted that “we will not be able to gather to celebrate a life of […]Read More

Kamla Wants Answers on Covid-19 Spending

OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling for greater clarity by Government about the cost and the source of financing of measures to deal with Covid-19 threat. She made the request in a memo she presented to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley after a meeting between members of Opposition and Government on Friday. Present at the […]Read More

Justice Kokaram: No Room for Politics in Section 137

THERE is no place for politics in matters relating to Section 137 of the Trinidad and Tobago Constitution that deals with impeachment proceedings of the Chief Justice. This was the ruling by High Court Justice Vasheist Kokaram on Wednesday when he quashed the decision of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley not to refer a complaint […]Read More