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PNM democracy inaction

Opposition Leader Keith Rowley and PoS Mayor Louis Lee Sing yesterday sorted out their differences following a leaked letter from Lee Sing that criticised a perceived lack of democracy within the PNM. PoS councillors had threatened to remove Lee Sing for his own authoritative leadership style, earlier this week, but …

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The Sheriff and The Rottweiler

PoS Mayor Louis Lee Sing faces a move to oust him from his post after his complaint about the Opposition Leader’s perceived “undemocratic approach” to governance was leaked to the government. Wired868 is unsure which is more ironic; the PNM proving Lee Sing right by lynching him or the Mayor …

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OWTU files No Confidence in politicians

OWTU president-general Ancel Roget threatened withdrawal from the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) unless the MSJ left the “damn stupidness called the People’s Partnership.” The PNM’s effort to capitalise on the rift was breezily dismissed by Roget who told Dr Keith Rowley to save his help for himself. It arguably …

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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 …

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No Confidence Motion: Reshmi rebranded, reloaded And rehired

Opposition Leader Keith Rowley alleged in Parliament that former SSA head Reshmi Ramnarine signed a deed poll to effect a name change and is believed to be working for the government under the name, Sasha Ritma. Wired868 understands that the alias “Janice Thomas” was taken.

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Politicians still kicksin

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar went for comic effect yesterday when she rechristened the Opposition Leader as “Row-lie” while the AG went for a bald joke at Keith Rowley’s expense. Local storyteller Paul Keens Douglas would say the World Comedy Festival should not be worried about competition as everyone knows politicians …

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Rowley bares his teeth

Opposition Leader Keith Rowley yesterday told party supporters that the COP was a bunch of hypocrites, criticised “intellectuals” and university teachers for failing the public and slammed the media for printing foolishness. Wired868 understands that Rowley aims to appeal to citizens who miss being barked at by their leaders.

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Don’t tie us up, Rowley

Foreign Affairs Minister Suruj Rambachan has demanded that PNM leader Keith Rowley steps down if his no confidence motion against Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar fails. Rowley, according to Rambachan, had some nerve in questioning the PM’s leadership skills when he cannot even get his party to agree on an appropriate …

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AG, Rowley continue name calling

The Opposition Leader called the AG “impertinent”; the AG described the Opposition Leader as classless, ignorant and arrogant. An unnamed Maraval school principal threatened both men with a toilet flush.

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Politically correct murders

Opposition Leader Keith Rowley believes that political indecisiveness by the People’s Partnership is behind a rise in murders. Gangsters confirmed that the lapse in the Hanging Bill was decisive in their devilish actions and justified the long hours they spend watching the Parliament channel.

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Kamla cleared, Rowley defiant

The Integrity Commission ruled that PM Kamla Persad-Bissessar did not act unethically in FIU appointment of Susan Francois. Now, PNM Leader Keith Rowley wants her judged on “fairness, transparency and impartiality.” The fat lady is clearing her throat…

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Volney volley at Rowley

Herbert Volney accused the Opposition Leader of treachery over leaked “death threat” report that suggested the PM overreacted — any irony is unintentional.

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