The United National Congress embarked on a People’s Revolution beginning in October, inside and outside of Parliament. The purpose is to Restore and Rebuild Democracy in Trinidad and Tobago in the face of a sustained assault by Keith Rowley and the PNM.
Here is a timeline of protests and demonstrations all over the country in support of the People’s Revolution!
Trinidad and Tobago is facing a serious crisis in education — as with virtually every other facet of the society and economy — because of the PNM’s gross mismanagement and lack of care.
Neglect of our children by the PNM Government is therefore particulalry galling and must be corrected.
As the first UNC Chairman, his life has been a unique mix of religious leader, medical doctor, civil servant and politician. He has approached each facet with profound dedication, and has achieved distinction in all.
Whom do they represent? How are they chosen? What are their roles? Why are there nine so-called Independent Senators and only six Opposition Senators? How is this rational, democratic or fair?
Autocrats and populists are on the march around the world, and we are seeing this in Trinidad and Tobago with Keith Rowley and the PNM.
Miss T&T, Jeanine Brandt, launched a Hydroponic agricultural system in Central Trinidad, in collaboartion with the MP and Councillor. Find out more.
What does the PNM really mean when it speaks of promoting “agriculture”? Who are they really trying to help?
The small man, including many who have lost their jobs, pay the price at the retail counter for groceries and other essentials.
The lack of care and callous actions of bulldozing homes and crops showed they had no care for the mental anguish and trauma they caused to the residents.
The covid 19 death toll has increased exponentially in such a short time especially during end of April and May of this year. We have now seen the true effects of an incompetent and inefficient Ministry of Heath and their handling of the pandemic.
The law and Justice itself has been greatly affected by covid-19 in all spheres. People’s access to justice is becoming harder.
Former Senate President, Timothey Hamel-Smith, continues his series by looking at how to deal with inequality without trying to pull each other down.
The result is that more and more crimes would be unsolved; at present, the crime detection rate is only at around 15 percent.
All these deals would be open to corruption, bid-rigging, and other forms of bobol, and would not meet the standards of accountability, transparency and value for money.
For years, Imbert has been promising to establish a Statistical Institute, to improve the country’s standing on the Ease of Doing Business, to start a shipbuilding industry, to digitise the public sector.
Al Rawi, the most criticised AG in recent history, is getting the full backing of the Prime Minister.
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Dr. Allen Sammy, Dr. Rae Furlonge and Roger Ganesh bring their decades of experience to show us how we can solve our water and road problems now.
Trinidad and Tobago is not one of the world’s uninhabitable areas, unfit for human civilisation. Our environmental challenges are small and easily solvable compared to the rest of the world.
MPs Arnold Ram and Anita Haynes devise creative solutions to deal with the severe road neglect in their rural constituencies. Other MPs also share the same experience of selective rural neglect.
What brings MP Khadijah Ameen her greatest joy? Find out in this personal one on one interview.
Vol. 1, Issue 3
Candid pics of our MPs, Councillors and Senators in dynamic shots, recognising the efforts they all play in building a better Nation.
Read about the human stories behind the flood statistics, from a pregnant woman caught in the water to residents saving their pets and refusing to leave their homes unattended.
The just-released Economic Bulletin of the Central Bank tells us in a most pointed way what is the critical issue in Trinidad and Tobago – the Economy.
‘She talk in Parliament!’ ‘She didn’t talk in Parliament!’ ‘She give a press conference!’ ‘She didn’t give a press conference!’
A businessman discusses his struggles as an entrepreneur in the insurance industry as his customers face their own economic hardships. How will his business survive?
The UNC PRO responds to Professor Selwyn Cudjoe’s column in the Trinidad Express about The Checklist Editorial in Issue #2.
Do we want to maintain things as they are in this country? Or do we need a strong man to set things right? Timothy Hamel-Smith explores.
Read what the T&T Industrial Court President has stated about employers, employees and calls for mandatory vaccinations.
MP Dinesh Rambally fights against religious discrimination and financial hardship due to Government’s poor decision-making
Due to the PNM’s political bias, targeted constituencies are unfairly discriminated against. MP Dave Tancoo tells us how.
Nothing illustrates the incompetence of the PNM Government more than the current state of water supply.