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The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago
The Honourable Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago will deliver the feature address at the Energy Chamber's Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Her presence underscores the strong working...
In swift order we moved from ...
In swift order we moved from Dr Rowley's inanity about passing clouds, to Mrs Persad-Bissessar's statement about the price of our charity.
For then Mrs Persad-Bissessar
buss the mark about the SIA
spying on citizens.
had hardly replied to that accusation when she
found herself being questioned about where the "spy files" were.
She stated that she never had them and that she was not in charge of the SIA, it was the Commissioner of Police.
The commissioner politely responded that the SIA
was a state agency and he
was not in charge.
Mrs Persad-Bissessar then remembered that she was the Prime Minister and head of the National Security Council and the SIA reported directly to her.
"The new UNC leader, Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar was swept into office by an overwhelming majority in that party's internal elections earlier this year.
This was the popular chant of ...
This was the popular chant of our beloved Prime Minister Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar on the campaign trail prior to winning the general election.
must understand that she
has been mandated to run the country and the campaigning days are over.
is responsible for the actions and conduct of all ministers and MPs under the Partnership.
When we hear and see some of the antics of some of her
ministers with no form of reprimand, one must ask, is she
really in control?
While in Opposition, the Honourable ...
While in Opposition, the Honourable Mrs Persad-Bissessar called upon the then government to release several reports.
As Prime Minister, she has the authority to set things right for all citizens.
I am making a plea that she
release to the public the following reports:
Council for Education in the Commonwealth - Commonwealth Women - Agents of Change
Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar - Commonwealth Chairperson-in-office and Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago