The People’s Revolution – “Timeline”

A call for Road Rehabilitation work along the Oropune Blvd.

The People’s Revolution has been occuring througout Trinidad and Tobago, to hold this Dictatorial Rowley PNM Government to account, until our Democratic Republic is Restored and Rebuilt.

Here is the Timeline of the People’s Revolution so far:

Thursday 21 October 2021 – Leader of Opposition Announces Start of Revolution

After the Speaker of the House of Representatives aided and abetted the PNM in the Extraordinary Parliament Sitting on Thursday 21st October 2021, the Leader of the Opposition the Honorable Kamla Persad-Bissessar announced at a Press Conference immediately afterward that The October Revolution shall commence. This evolved into the People’s Revolution. From that announcement, the UNC would demonstrate that it would not allow the PNM to establish a dictatorship in Trinidad and Tobago. The PNM Govenrment would be made accountable to the law, the Constitution and the people.

Saturday 23 October

MPs Dave Tancoo, Rai Ragbir and Lackram Bodoe joined residents in protesting neglected and crumbling roads in their areas.

MP Rai Ragbir demonstrated with constituents about the poor state of infrastructure in the Cumuto/Manzanilla constituency.

MP Ravi Ratiram, Councillor Dubraj Persad and others join residents protesting the dilapidated bridges within the Couva North Constituency

Monday 25 October 2021

MP Ravi Ratiram joins with residents to highlight the collapsing Roopsingh Road Bridge that poses a serious threat to hundreds of motorists and pedestrians every day.

Thursday 28 October 2021

MP Rishi Seecheran joined citizens from his constituency to also highlight the neglect in his area.

Friday 29 October 2021

MP Rudranath Indarsingh joined with consitituents to highlight the Death of Democracy and the neglect in the constituency of Couva South.

MP Khadijah Ameen joined with residents in the Oropune District along with Local Government and councillor for the district Richard Rampersad.

Saturday 30 October 2021

Along the East West Corridor a demonstration was held by concerned citizens and was supported by MP Khadijah Ameen, Senators and councilors and aldermen of the Tunapuna/ Piarco Regional Corporation.

MPs Arnold Ram and Rodney Charles also joined with residents in their constituencies, highlighting the neglect in their constituency.

In La Brea Victor Robert’s also highlighted the neglect in his area.

Also, a Webinar & Round Table was hosted by PRO Dr. Kirk Meighoo with Speakers Nafeesa Mohammed, Timothy Hamel-Smith, Ralph Maraj, and Dr. Winston Mahabir.

Sunday 31 October 2021

MP David Lee joins with displaced residents, demanding justice for the four families of Belle Vue who have been displaced by EMBD sanctioned quarrying activities at the CoCo Road Quarry.

Saturday 6 November 2021

MPs Roodal Moonilal, Rudranath Indarsingh and Senator Wade Mark meet with the Communications Workers’ Union at the Office of the Leader of Opposition to discuss the mapping out a course of action in defense of our nation’s constitution, democracy, rule of law, the principle of the separation of powers, as well as the promotion of effective and meaningful people’s participation and power in the democratic decision-making process of our nation.

Tuesday 9 November 2021

The residents of Mamoral stand up in protest at

Wednesday 10 November 2021

Silent protest outside of Parliament with activists Brian Stone, Marsha Walker and others

The Leader of Opposition writes international organisations Re: The Threat To Democracy in Trinidad and Tobago, in order to alert the world. Organisations include:

  1. Parliamentarians for Global Action
  2. Democracy Watch
  3. Human Rights Watch
  4. The Inter-Parliamentary Union
  5. Democracy International
  6. The National Endowment for Democracy

Friday 12 November 2021

Silent Protest in front of Parliament again by citizens

Sunday 14 November 2021

St. Joseph also held a large protest from Farm Road, St. Augustine to Mount Hope, joined by Councillor Safraz Ali, Amit Sooknanan and Northeast Regional Coordinator, Neil Gosine.

Tuesday 16 November 2021

Parents of Ramai Trace Hindu School staged a protest to highlight the neglect of the school for the past 6 years

Thursday 18 November 2021

MP Khadijah Ameen and Councillor Richard Rampersad join with residents, calling on the Minister of Rural Development and Local Government to treat with a collapsing retention wall of the Dry River Bridge.

Friday 19 November 2021

Residents, Members of Council and Concerned Citizens Protest Government’s Refusal to Call Debe South Bye-Elections

MP Khadijah Ameen joins with residents to protest the incomplete Curepe Presbyterian School

Saturday 20 November 2021

MP Anita Haynes demostrates with residents in Tabaquite

Join us as we continue to fight to Rebuild and Restore Democracy in Trinidad & Tobago!