Kamla the Lioness

The Editor, On January 31st 2010, one national newspaper carried the headline “The Lioness roars Kamla’s dawn” in reference to an overwhelmingly decisive victory secured by Kamla Persad Bissessar as political leader of the UNC. In that election she secured a massive 13,000 votes,...
Posted On 29 Jun 2015
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Kamla is the best man for the job!

Dear Editor, The oafish nature and desperate intensity of these attacks against the Kamla Persad-Bissessar government indicate a chronic, chauvinistic unwillingness by a helluva lot of pusillanimous men to accept a woman as boss of the boardroom, even when she’s the best...
Posted On 29 Jun 2015
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Delivery Matters

Dear Editor, Reading the daily newspapers and watching nightly news have become almost like a soap opera. The negativity that this “silly season” has brought this nation to bear is most times unbelievable. This is why when I see something positive, I am forced to...
Posted On 29 Jun 2015
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Dissolving the ‘nansi story House for Dr Moonilal

Dear Editor, Having learnt Dr Roodal Moonilal dashed off a protest letter yesterday to the Council for Responsible Political Behaviour (CFRPB) concerning the spurious allegations vicariously made against him by an approved, PNM general election prospective candidate, I wish to...
Posted On 27 Jun 2015
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Truth as victim to propaganda

The PNM has now thrown caution to the wind in their floundering build up to the General Elections. Bereft of any visionary ideas to take the twin island Republic on the road to continued development, the opposition has resorted to the vilest form of mudslinging, slander and...
Posted On 23 Jun 2015
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False information from fallen gloves

False information has already surfaced in another glove off approach from Mr Warner on Kamla. Warner, in his statement, said Richardson came to Parliament on April 12, 2013, while a sitting was in progress and they went into a private room at the Parliament. He said, “The DCP...
Posted On 23 Jun 2015
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Why is Jack not attacking the PNM?

The Editor: Jack Warner tells us that he has his own Party, the ILP, and that he is contesting the next General Election. All of that sounds plausible despite one may argue that a man in Jack’s position would have been focusing on mounting a defence to the request of the...
Posted On 21 Jun 2015
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Kamla did well

In all fairness to Kamla, she did an excellent job over the last five years to stabilise our economy that was reeling from corruption, wanton wastage, lack of listening to the voice of the people, smelters and rapid rail systems while the average citizen suffered from poor roads,...
Posted On 21 Jun 2015
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Take a page from Kamla’s book

THE EDITOR: Once again Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has demonstrated to us all that she is a woman of great strength and integrity. She has been fearless in her role as Prime Minister, and has always done what in her estimation was in the best interests of all of the...
Posted On 21 Jun 2015
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Deafening silence from NGO’s

The Editor: It’s very interesting to note that Jack spends most of his time fighting political battles for the PNM rather than try to clear his name from international corruption charges. What’s in it for him? I must ask myself again what’s in it for him. Is this a question that...
Posted On 20 Jun 2015
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