Three years of Rowley’s Rule

This is a particularly reflective time for Trinidad and Tobago having just observed our 56th year of Independence. This week, on September 7, Keith Rowley will begin his fourth year as Prime Minister of this country. I saw many comments from citizens who have been plunged into...
Posted On 03 Sep 2018
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A crisis of leadership

As we celebrated International Women’s Day this week it was my intention to comment on why it is important for us, as nation to continue to #PressforProgress. I intended to acknowledge how far we have come as a country, with more and more women holding leadership roles, a...
Posted On 16 Mar 2018
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Our country cannot survive much more of this incompetence and mismanagement

The Editor: The Keith Rowley administration will go down in history as the most incompetent and destructive government this country has seen in recent years. The single distinguishing feature of this administration is its arrogance and its unwillingness to accept that their...
Posted On 02 Mar 2018
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A State of Abject Failure

  We have found ourselves in a manufactured recession and the worst state of depraved living condition this country has ever experienced. The government’s failure to create and implement proper expansionary policies to stimulate the economy, has caused a ripple effect...
Posted On 18 Dec 2017
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Trinidad must thank Kamla for exposing the fake oil scandal

As the news broke on Friday afternoon that the independent consultants hired by Petrotrin to investigate the allegations of “Fake oil” confirmed that these claims were true and Trinidad and Tobago had indeed been defrauded of hundreds of millions, many thought to...
Posted On 19 Nov 2017
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The PNM General Council’s double-standard is a farce

I note with interest the PNM’S political drama as the party portrays itself as defenders of decency and integrity. On Saturday, the PNM General Council suspended one of its long-standing members Harry Ragoonanan, who is facing corruption allegations over some buses. In a...
Posted On 17 Oct 2017
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Cool it Madame Speaker

Parliament reconvenes tomorrow Friday 8th September and I am calling on Speaker Bridget Anisette-George to “cool it” with her habit of inserting herself incessantly, intrusively and systematically in ongoing debates and doing so in a manner which some may see as not...
Posted On 07 Sep 2017
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Once again, the integrity of the Prime Minister is being challenged

In response to the contribution from Opposition MP Dr Roodal Moonilal, Keith Rowley vehemently denied his Administration had secured the services of any lobbyist in Washington. He is on record as saying, “Where did he (Moonilal) ever get that from, that the Government of Trinidad...
Posted On 06 Mar 2017
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Former AG Ramlogan responds to Mikela Panday

THE EDITOR Mickela Panday devoted half her Sunday Guardian column to criticizing me for leading the legal team that successfully challenged the constitutional validity of the Bail (Amendment) Act No 7 of 2015 which amended S 5 (5) of the Bail Act in the recent case of Justin...
Posted On 25 Oct 2016
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Will the Govt return HSF $$?

As the nation stands divided on the decision by Minister of Finance Colm Imbert to withdraw $2.5 billion from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF), no doubt with the backing of the cabinet, I offer my perspective on the issue. The Opposition Leader correctly expressed the...
Posted On 07 Jun 2016
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