STAY tuned for stage three. This was the message today from Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) David Abdulah.
He made this disclosure after describing stage two of the party’s Motorcade for Justice on Thursday as a success. Abdulah said stage three will happen sometime after Christmas and the details will be released in due course.
The MSJ leader said over 40 cars were part of Thursday’s motorcade from San Fernando to Nelson Mandela (King George V) Park, Port of Spain, which he said went well, with ample police protection along the route.
He said while some people disagreed with the views of the MSJ, this was par for the course.
Abdulah believed the public received the “important message” from the MSJ about the plethora of injustices in TT, which he said included unemployment; retrenchment of workers from TSTT and Petrotrin; crime and violence. Citizens must also be vigilant, he said, about Government implementing austerity measures which will put more pressure on the backs of working people.
Through its efforts, Abdulah said, people will realise there are groups like the MSJ who stand ready to defend their interests. He was confident that people will see the MSJ as the only viable political option at this time. Going forward, Abdulah said the party will continue to engage people on the ground on in communities across the country on various issues.
The first leg of the motorcade last Sunday went from Point Fortin to the Oilfield Workers Trade Union’s Paramount Building headquarters in San Fernando.