Outside Parliament on June 14 the protesters after saying they were not a part of the UNC greeted the UNC’s leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar as though she was, in fact, their leader. Many protesters openly called her their Prime Minister.
A video was posted on Facebook yesterday at 12:09 pm depicting a bathroom Piarco International Airport that was filled with garbage. Bags upon bags of trash are welcoming tourists.
Piarco International airport always seems to have corruptish news circulating it. Now the awarding of a deal worth $300 million is being investigated by retired Justice Rolston Nelson.
Here is the video where James analyses the latest allegations of corruption.
The country must wait now for justice to take its course as was stated by the opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar. However, the mainstream media continue to flood the internet with entire stories dedicated to what each individual party involved has said on the matter.
Recently an opinion article that strongly advocated for the decriminalization of abortion was written by Dr Gabrielle Hosein and published in the TT Newsday. Whilst Hosein’s points may seem sequential and even logical, I would like to offer more insight that should perhaps be considered in relation to her piece.
In Trinidad & Tobago loans are not the only thing raising serious questions. While the government runs a deficit budget and increases the taxation rates, it is also being accused of high-level corruption.
the story appears to be nothing more than Fake News. Besides Trinidad lacking the ability to implement such an advance ticketing system (without the government making a raucous about it in the media) organizations that should know about this (if the story is true) apparently do not or will not confirm it.
I was asked to come in and meet the same person who had asked me to write the info. On meeting, I was slapped in the face by perhaps the ugliest beast I have ever locked eyes with.
As feminism began to take root many were able to spot its contradictory foundations of sand. English journalist G.K Chesterton stated in a famous work that feminism “is mixed up with a muddled idea that women are free when they serve their employers but slaves when they help their husbands.”