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Protestors Clash With Police Outside Parliament

Protestor dragged way by Police pic

Riot police officers were today forced into action as they sought to quell the emotions of the crowd gathered outside parliament to show their dissatisfaction with the Constitution Amendment. One woman stated that the heavy police presence may not have been warranted But tempers escalated as protestors allegedly refused to comply with orders from the police officers. Win Eye Witness news was reliably informed that

Gary Griffith; Police Presence To Act As Crowd Control

Despite several confrontations between officers of the riot squad and citizens who came out to vent their outrage over the constitution amendment bill, National Security Minister Gary Griffith believes that it was merely a display of democracy at its finest. Minister Griffith made the comment moments before debate on the bill began in the senate on Tuesday afternoon. He however guaranteed that persons caught breaking

Bajan Slams TT As Immature

A Bajan researcher finds it unfortunate that Trinidad and Tobago is unable to move beyond party politics and critically evaluate the government’s proposed amendment to the constitution. Peter Wickham- a pollster, researcher and political consultant praised the move by Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar while urging the population to look beyond party politics. In just one day bajan researcher Peter Wikham says he has been

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