Statement from the Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Kamla Persad-Bissessar, SC issued on 18 December 2021: “No To Forced Mandatory Vaccinations And Vaccine Discrimination; People Should Not Be Forced To Choose Between Feeding Their Family And Taking A Vaccine”.
Statement from the UNC Women’s Arm issued on 23 January, in support of the Political Leader’s condemnation of the use of tear gas on 16 January 2022
Michael Annisette, Letitia Cox, Rudranath Indarsingh and Brian Baig powerfully explain why they are against “quasi-safe zones” and mandatory vaccinations.
“It would appear that I am coping well, but deep down I am not. I am hurting and I am tired of hurting. There is constant fear of contracting the virus. I believe my family is fedup of my extreme measures.”
Dr. Moonilal reveals his hidden talents and sings “Yeh Dosti” to support voluntary vaccination and the opening up of the cultural sector.
The UNC stands with workers against the PNM Government’s unilateral imposition of mandatory vaccination, illegally altering the terms of employment.
As a doctor, my heart breaks for my colleagues especially the newer ones who have never faced so much sickness and death. This has had a negative psychological effect on them. We have been playing Russian roulette with our lives – some of us have gotten Covid and some may have died as well.
The People’s Revolution continues and is going strong. Take a look at all these protests, producing results!
Imagine locating a mega-storage facility for dead covid-19 patients in your area, without a word of consultation or notice from the Government! This is the position that the residents of Beaucarro Road, Freeport, found themselves in, in December 2021.
As the Bye-Election for Debe South approaches on 7 February, The Checklist. takes this opportunity to pay tribute former Councillor for the area, the late Purushottam Singh.
As one of the UNC’s younger office-holders who seems to evade the direct spotlight as it relates to […]
After years of neglect by the PNM Government the People of Couva North are fighting back and winning! Here’s the story of Roopsingh Road.
The passage of new and higher penalties for overweight trucks on the nation’s highways and roadways, without any sort of […]
First UNC MP for Fyzabad Chandresh Sharma remembers meeting Desmond Tutu in South Africa, while the UNC participated in observing the first multi-racial elections in South Africa.
Ian Alleyne speaks about Hanggers Extreme, and reflects on the survival of his business, like so many other Restaurant & Bar owners. What effect will this have on our country?
Are we ready to engage our population in the formulation of policies for the governing of Trinidad and Tobago? Citizens Assemblies are a route to an engaged populace and the deepening of our roots in the land of our birth, ensuring a growing sense of patriotism.
Keith Rowley believes that he can say and do anything, and the people of Trinidad and Tobago will accept his explanations or his story as the God honest truth without questions.
For many years, the elderly and differently abled person(s) had great difficulties in reaching to and from their homes. The stories I heard were heart-breaking.
While the PNM Government cannot account each year for large sums of taxpayers’ money, the Jamaican authorities have imposed penalties on two senior public servants for similar offences.
As Councillor for this district, I strive to bring representation to all my electors. Some issues that have been on the forefront are education and internet connectivity, poverty and unemployment and health and wellness.
What kind of political administration would cut back on social welfare measures at a time of national economic crisis?
Councillor Richard Rampersad reflects on the work he was able to do in St. Augustine South/Piarco.
The increased cost of food is largely the result of external factors, but there are mitigating measures a skilled government would have implemented.
Christmas 2021 was a particularly difficult time for many families throughout Trinidad and Tobago. The isolated rural areas […]
Under PNM rule, Trinidad and Tobago has become a pothole nation, with the most horrible roadways in the Caribbean. What happened to the $3bn in road improvement loans?.
As Councillor and Chairman, I see many citizens in great need. In seeking to provide service to them, numerous challenges have been encountered along the way, but we continue and persevere.
When most families were busy shopping and preparing for Christmas, the Choon Family faced a disaster that took everything away from them.
Chairman Henry Awong is promoting healthy lifestyles to aid in the fight against COVID-19. He has upgraded the Upper Tabaquite Recreation Ground and rebranded it as the “Family Wellness Ground.”