Trinidad and Tobago: UNC communications issued a statement in which it declared that PNM is turning Trinidad and Tobago into a Dictatorship.
UNC communications stated How ironic and angering it must be for citizens of Trinidad and Tobago, heartlessly locked out abroad for almost a full year now by the raging bull Keith Rowley and the serial recuser Stuart Young, to see our Prime Minister begging the US to lift sanctions against Venezuela and Cuba.
“Given that Rowley and the PNM are turning Trinidad and Tobago into a Dictatorship, this is brazen shamelessness,” UNC communications added.
Furthermore, UNC communications added, Keith Rowley, should rather be concentrating on getting free AstraZeneca vaccines from India for our people and bringing our locked-out citizens back to their homes.
PM Rowley should expend so much effort and global publicity to get Venezuelans back to their homes while locking our own people under his responsibility. This shows the depth of his vulgarity and lack of sense.
Instead of seeking to help regimes that shut down political Opposition, Keith Rowley should allow the THA to break its deadlock according to our existing laws.
Rather, like a Latin American dictator, he ignores it and unconstitutionally orders the EBC to create new constituencies, unconstitutionally cheats THA Assemblymen of their rightful offices, and unconstitutionally deprives Tobagonians of their democratic choice in his obscene power grab.
Rather than pleading for humanitarianism to be displayed abroad, the UNC demands that humanitarianism be shown to our Trinidad and Tobagonian citizens instead of the spite, malice, incompetence, and plain evil displayed by our Rottweiler Prime Minister.
We will continue the fight against Keith Rowley trying to turn us into another Cuba or Venezuela.
A resident, Rita Ali, stated, “To be truthful we need a new government we don’t need yellow and red am tired of them treating the citizens like crap our people should never be treated like that if you wanted to rule the nation, you all should have come better we had everything the country was rich enough to take care of our people but very bad management that why we need a big change.”