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And after Monday’s 22-19 dustup: the PNM plans delivering its 2021 Budget in September rather than October - but that’s contingent on whether a new Government is appointed by Tuesday or Monday.
Both the People's National Movement and United National Congress’ votes in safe seats dropped in Monday’s General Election – including in the seats held by PNM leader Dr Keith Rowley and UNC leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
The party earned 13, 062 votes more than the United National Congress (UNC), according to the official preliminary results released by the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) yesterday.
Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram yesterday predicted a spike in COVID-19 cases due to the public’s refusal to fully cooperate with the public health guidelines aimed at preventing its spread.
The Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) has temporarily closed it’s Siparia office after an employee was exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
It is with a heavy heart that the Ramsaran’s Dairy Products family addresses below the recent damaging and offensive comments posted on social media by a close family member of the owners of our organization.
A racist Facebook comment about the outcome of Monday’s General Election has led to a series of repercussions and a boycott for local food manufacturer Ramsaran’s Dairy Products.
Several major food chain outlets yesterday pulled Ramsaran’s Dairy Products from their shelves in response to a social media post by Naila Ramsaran, the daughter of the company’s owner, which compared People’s National Movement supporters to “cockroaches” and “loafers” in an apparent emotional response to the party’s 22-19 victory over the United National Congress in Monday’s General Election.
In the midst of an explosion of racial commentary on social media in the wake of the 2020 General Election result, an online petition for legislation against racism has been started and is circulating on social media.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is criticising the United National Congress (UNC) for pushing a “dangerous” narrative with its call for the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) recount.
After 40 years in politics, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley admitted publicly that he considered not running in the recently concluded 2020 General Election.
Candidates who battled in marginal seats were among those to face the most pressure on Monday’s polling night, but for the big names who failed to hit the mark, what’s going to be their next move? Some say while they may be stepping back, they will not be stepping out of the political arena entirely.
The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) said while it is satisfied with the efforts that have so far been made by the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) to sanitize and restore schools that were used as polling stations during Monday’s election – there are schools that have are yet to be cleaned.
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