Political parties and civil society groups are taking part in a joint protest that involves amarch from Chaguaramas to Parliament.
The march, which started this morning, is in part a protest againstGovernment's disposal of lands in Chaguaramas. Area farmers in particular say they are being affected.
Members of the Guave Road Farmers' Association turned out this morning at the Chaguaramas Convention Centre, chanting loudly as they marched toward the building.
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Independent Liberal Party leader Jack Warner,Movement for Social Justice political leaderDavid Abdulah and People's National Movement political leader Dr. Keith Rowley are among the political figures involved in the action.
The demonstators' route includesthe Prime Minister's office in St. Clair, and the Parliament, Waterfront Centre,Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain.