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The Editor: The motion of no-confidence in the Prime Minister and the Government was a crying shame on behalf of the Opposition simply because they presented nothing of substance to the debate.
The Editor: This motion was a complete waste of time. I am disappointed in the Opposition yet again. They are wasting precious Parliament time instead of bringing legislation or seeking to come to consensus on Bills they are bringing senseless, baseless, false, malicious and mischievous motions. I couldn’t believe my ears when I realised that that (...)
THE EDITOR: That no-confidence motion debate brought by the leader of the Opposition against the People’s Partnership Government turned out to be an embarrassment on the PNM. Total childishness. It was a case of he say, she say and them say. A total waste of resources.
THE EDITOR: In the Serengeti, where Mother Nature rules, survival of the fittest is the yardstick to which all life is subjected and by which the weak is winnowed for the greater good of all. In the Serengeti, no artificial devices or unapproved intentions are allowed to intervene to avert any battle between animals, whether those animals are of th(...)
THE EDITOR: The Ministry of Sport, and other martial arts groups should follow the example of the members of the Trinidad and Tobago Karate Federation —TTKF.
THE EDITOR: I find it incredulous that a senior police officer is reported to have made the following statement on May 18 at the funeral of slain police officer Corporal Terrence Abraham at the St Michael’s RC Church in Marabella:
THE EDITOR: If lowering the HIV/AIDS prevalence is what the UN and UNAIDS are trying to achieve by supporting the legalisation of homosexuality, I am sure there are many other ways and means of doing so.
THE EDITOR: This letter has been written while my wife and I are accommodated at a friend’s residence in Alfredo Street, Woodbrook, before our departure on Sunday for our home in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Despite what is written below we did enjoy our visit to Trinidad and Tobago, meeting with family members and old friends, many of whom we had(...)
THE EDITOR: Many years ago the then Political Leader of the UNC Mr Basdeo Panday suggested that primaries should be held in order to choose a representative to contest any election.
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