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 we are allowed to ask or is it going to be suppressed by the media? One thing he knows is that the present administration is allowing the law to deal with this matter without political interference.
The silence from NGO’s, the opposition and other groups asking him to step aside seems to be a sound emanating from a bottomless pit i.e. they have no voice.
I like fair play. Let’s be unbiased, in the same way we called on government officials to resign on allegations, let’s call for Jack to step aside from frontline politics until he has cleared his name. We don’t want Trinidad and Tobago to be seen as a land that tolerates this type of behaviour.