The People’s Revolution – “Timeline” (21 Nov 2021 – 28 Jan 2022)

The People’s Revolution began in October 2021. It has been occuring througout Trinidad and Tobago, to hold this Dictatorial Rowley PNM Government to account, until our Democratic Republic is Restored and Rebuilt. (See the Timeline for 21 October – 20 November 2021 by clicking here.)

Here is a Timeline of Events for 21 November 2021 – 28 January 2022:

Sunday 21 November 2021

People’s Revolution Motorcade held by Chaguanas Borough Council Mayor and Councillors, Mayor Faaiq Mohammed, Deputy Mayor Marisa Ramlogan, Councillors Wendy Francis, Whitney Stevenson-Hamlet, Adrian Ali, Richard Sukdeo.

Taking a stance against the death of our democracy caused by this PNM Government. The negligence of Min. Rohan Sinanan and the Ministry of Works and Transport in fixing the deplorable roads and bridges within the Chaguanas Borough.

For over 15 years the Chaguanas Main Road have not been paved. The now dilapidated Randy Carter Bridge is still awaiting repairs causing many losses to the farmers. The negligence of Min. Clarence Rambharat and the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries in the eradication of the Giant African Snails, and the clearing of water courses in the agricultural lands within the Chaguanas Borough. We say enough is enough!

Monday 22 November 2021

Barataria/San Juan protested at the Head Office (Barataria) of the Valuation Division to Stop the Property Tax. In relation to the building housing the Valuation Division, MP Saddam Hosein revealed that the Hon. Faris Al-Rawi recused himself from the Cabinet when the lease for the building was being considered. He questioned what was the Attorney General’s interest in the building that he had to recuse himself from Cabinet. The rental of this building is $186,700 per month.

Afterwards the group went to the Barataria Police Station calling for it to be reopened. The closure of the police station made it very challenging for residents to make reports. Additionally there has been an increase in crime in the area. MP Khadijah Ameen and Councillors J-Lynn Roopnarine and others joined.

Wednesday 24 November 2021

Residents of Marabella South/Vistabella stage a protest to highlight the poor road conditions at Tarouba Junction on Wednesday.

MP Dinesh Rambally joined with residents at La Paille Village to demand that the Caroni riverbank be fixed immediately. The erosion of the riverbank places hundreds of families in serious danger. MP Rambally called on the Minister of Works to stop neglecting the concerns of the people of Lapaille Village, and act before another flooding tragedy occurs.

Friday 26 – Tuesday 30 November 2021

Victor Roberts begins 5 day March for Democracy and Life from La Brea to Port of Spain

Friday 26 November 2021

Parliamentarians For Global Action alerts the world to the threat against democracy in Trinidad and Tobago, the violation of the separation of powers and the interference in the Police Service Commission, following a letter sent to international organisations by Leader of Opposition, the Hon. Kamla Persad-Bissessar, SC

Tuesday 30 November 2021

Naparima MP Rodney Charles led residents of Ben Lomond Village, Williamsville, in a protest to demand the completion of the Ben Lomond early childhood care and education centre. Construction of the school was over 90 per cent complete when the PNM won the 2015 election. Construction stopped soon afterwards.

Wednesday 1 December 2021

MP Ravi Ratiram visits with farmers from the Felicity area, along with Constituency Office Staff and NGC Representatives examining road conditions to access agricultural plots.

Thursday 2 December 2021

Couva North Member of Parliament Hon Ravi Ratiram, Alderman Venosh Sagewan-Maraj and colleagues of CTTRC walk in Waterloo and environs, highlighting the many issues affecting our Nation

Sunday 12 December 2021

People’s Revolution Virtual Rally

Saturday 25 December 2021

Victor Roberts presents Terrence Deyalsingh with coffin at the end of his 2nd Five-Day March.

Tuesday 28 December 2021

Couva South MP Rudranath Indarsingh achieves victory in his fight against the Ministry of Health’s plan to open a mega-storage facility for covid19 fatalities on Beaucarro Road, Freeport, in early January. During Indarsingh’s meeting with residents on December 23, residents informed him that they were not consulted about the facility, but learned about it on the news.

Thursday 30 December 2021

Roopsingh Road gets a bailey bridge and its installation is scheduled to be completed by Tuesday 4th January 2022. Special thanks goes out to our Couva North MP – Mr. Ravi Ratiram, Chairman of CTTRC – Mr. Henry Awong, Councillor Dubraj Persad, the Ag. CEO of CTTRC – Ms. Maharaj, workers at the CTTRC and all others who assisted with this project.

Sunday 9 January 2022

Oropouche East MP and shadow Minister of Works and Transport Dr Roodal Moonilal met with over sixty truckers and small transport contractors at the Debe Water park, Debe.

The meeting was called to discuss complaints and grievances of the truckers and construction transport sector in light of the passage of new and higher penalties for over weight trucks on the nation’s highways and roadways.

In attendance were representatives of the South Truckers Association and the Trinidad and Tobago Haulers Association. Mr Ryan Stephens, Director at the Haulers Association along with Mr Dave Sookoo of the South Truckers Association were in attendance. The meeting was also addressed by prominent southern activist Edward Moodie and host businessman Mr Vijay Ramai.

Wednesday 12 January 2022

Couva North MP, Honorable Ravi Ratiram along with Councillor Allan Taxi Seepersad join President of the Carlibay Fishing Association Mr. Imtiaz Khan on a site visit at the Carlibay Fishing Facility with representatives from the Fisheries Division and Engineering Division from the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries to identify the necessary upgrade works required at the facility, the installation of CCTV cameras and a possible location for the setting up of a Coast Guard Base.

Thursday 13 January 2022

MP Rodney Charles and residents of Sahai Trace, St Croix Road Princes Town installed a new street sign named after Rural Development and Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein during protest over a major landslip

Couva North MP Ravi Ratiram joins residents of Waterloo and environs who held a demonstration this morning highlighting the refusal by the Rowley-led Government to open the Waterloo ECCE Centre.

Friday 14 January 2022

Pot and Pan Protest against HIGH FOOD PRICES took place outside parliament

Wednesday 19 January – Friday 21 January

Victor Roberts Fasts at the Hall of Justice

Wednesday 19 January

Citizens from Caroni Central and Couva South demonstrate outside Parliament highlighting the failure of the National Security Minister.

Friday 21 January

Residents of Claxton Bay, together with the maxi taxi association, staged a fiery protest to highlight the poor condition of the Southern Main Road in Claxton Bay

UNC Laventille West Constituency Executive member Indra Mohammed and others stage protest in front of Parliament over the Beetham sewage problem.

Thursday 27 January

Senator Wade Mark, MP Rudaranath Indarsingh and MP Barry Padarath met with the Communications Workers Union (CWU) at the Opposition Leader’s office to discuss the possible retrenchment at TSTT of up to 700 workers.

Friday 28 January

Penal Debe Regional Corporation protests against geographical discrimination and that the corporation has no fuel.

Residents protested in front of Parliament about the $280 million Mosquito Creek disaster and collapes, demanding action.

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