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INDEPENDENT Liberal Party (ILP) deputy leader, Lyndira Oudit, said the party is here to stay, downplaying any hint given by ILP leader, Jack Warner, last weekend at a Rienzi Complex function that the ILP could be subsumed into the United National Congress (UNC) in the event the UNC is ever taken over by founder, Basdeo Panday.
THE EDITOR: When world leaders gather in South Africa for the funeral of Nelson Mandela, one notable African leader will no doubt be present — Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe. A presumed freedom fighter himself, Mugabe is no Mandela. Indeed, he can learn a lot from Mandela.
THE EDITOR: Well the AG has tabled another bill in Parliament regarding a measure to curb bail and so help in attacking the problem of crime, and once again the PNM has indicated that they will not support it, and you wonder why crime continues unabated.
THE EDITOR: Carol Gobin was right, of course! As everyone in the rest of thecountry knows as year-end bonus time rolls around, Executive remuneration is tied to achievement of productive goals.
THE EDITOR: It could not have been any more sickening to see Basdeo Panday, Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj and Jack Warner at the same venue, knocking, not just the Government, but specifically, Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
THE EDITOR: At this point in time, Chaguanas police under the command of Cpl Johnson James and his hard-working police officers and traffic wardens are doing a very good job with traffic in the town of Chaguanas and the environs.
THE EDITOR: Urging citizens to vote in the 1986 elections, NAR supporter Gerry Hadeed produced a Nelson Mandela colour poster reading “For the right to vote — this man is in prison for almost 25 years”. After his release from prison in 1990 I made several calls for TT to honour the life of the man and the memory of his struggle; sadly they all fell(...)
THE EDITOR: A fitting tribute to mark the political, social and international work of the late South African President and iconic leader, Nelson Mandela, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago should erect a statute at Carlsen Field, central Trinidad, which could be the ideal place to establish a National Heroes Park.
THE EDITOR: The case of a recently fired but reinstated CEO of an RHA is significant for it clearly illustrates the fate of any one in such state run organisations who dares to question the now institutionalised packaging of corruption that is rampant in such enterprises.
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