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Mixed views on election results

People in the Street

ENA ROOPNARINE
ENA ROOPNARINE

Que: What do you think about the by election results?

RICHARD EDWARDS, San Juan:

Barataria is a swing district, so the outcome wasn't surprising. Belmont is a PNM stronghold so that win was expected.

JENISA STEPHEN, Barataria:

I didn't know what to anticipate but I hope Miss Dharam will represent my area well on the corporation council.

JOSHUA CUMMINGS, Arima:

It was a shock the UNC won Barataria because that is normally a PNM-controlled area.

SYDNEY JARRETTE, PoS:

Belmont East was a foregone conclusion, but I was a bit surprised at Barataria as that was held by the PNM.

MARINA KURBAN, Laventille:

I'm 83, you know. When I was younger, elections made a difference. But that's not for me now. It go be the same thing.

PEARL PIERRE JONES, Arima:

The writing is on the wall. The by elections is a reflection of things to come.

ENA ROOPNARINE, San Fernando

I am very sorry for the PNM's candidate (Kimberly Small) for Barataria.

VERNON ABERDEEN, Ste Madeleine:

The people have spoken so we just have to live with it.

INDRA ROOPNARINE, Fyzabad

The UNC did better than the PNM although the PNM held on to Belmont East.

JAGESSAR SOOKNANAN, Marabella

From the results, I feel Kamla will win the next general election.

VERONICA PENNY, Princes Town:

Both sides tried their best and the voice of the people is you know what.

LESTER HERBERT, Gasparillo

All I have to say is that Mr Rowley have to pull up he socks.

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