UNC Fuel Price Protest!

On 19 April, at 27 locations across the country the UNC stood with the people, protesting against the PNM’s oppressive policy of raising fuel prices, on the very first day at schools are fully reopened.

Instead of providing a grant for mothers and fathers who have lost their jobs or incomes because of the lockdowns, Keith Rowley and Colm Imbert have chosen to pressurise the people even more. It is like a test to see how much cruelty the people of Trinidad and Tobago can take.

The people of Trinidad and Tobago say “No!”

The UNC says “No!”

No to high fuel prices, no to high food prices, no to the skyrocketing cost of living and no to runaway crime.

The protests were led by Kamla Persad-Bissessar on the ground, with the people. Here are some photos


Kamla Persad-Bissessar leads protests in front

Port of Spain

Protesting outside Whitehall, while the Prime Minister is absent yet again

La Horquetta / Talparo

Peaceful UNC protest in La Horquetta shut down by police. Dictatorship in the making.

Oropouche West

Gandhi Village Roundabout



Four van loads of police sent to shut down UNC protest in Tunapuna. Dictatorship in the making

Oropouche East

Toco/Sangre Grande

Princes Town

C3 Flyover, Corinth

Barataria/San Juan

San Fernando West


Caroni East

At the Caroni Bird Sanctuary Flyover

Point Fortin

St. Joseph

Police intimidation at St Joseph UNC protest. Dictatorship in the making

Rio Claro

Couva North




Protest before it was shut down by TTPS

Chaguanas East

Couva South

Couva south UNC protest under heavy TTPS surveillance. Gestapo state


Caroni Central / Freeport

Chaguanas West

St. Augustine