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No Confidence Motion: Moonilal locates PNM skeleton

Housing Minister Roodal Moonilal claimed that ex-Prime Minister Patrick Manning called the 2010 snap general elections after learning that six PNM MPs—supposedly led by the Opposition Leader—planned to vote against him on the then Opposition’s no confidence motion.

Manning supposedly got wind of a clandestine meeting in Barbados between disgruntled MPs and opted to take his chance with the electorate. Wired868 cannot recall plots this gripping on Westwood Park.

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