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Camille McEach­nie

Sev­en promi­nent To­bag­o­ni­ans have now thrown their sup­port be­hind the Pro­gres­sive De­mo­c­ra­t­ic Pa­tri­ots (PDP).

Jeber Barreto

The politi­cians who were once op­po­nents came to­geth­er at a news con­fer­ence in Scar­bor­ough yes­ter­day

The group was com­prised of for­mer as­sem­bly­men Dr Jeff David­son, George Stan­ley Beard, Max James, Car­lyle Dick, Ce­cile Caruth, Reg­is Caruth, and for­mer par­lia­men­tar­i­an Pamela Nichol­son

Call­ing them­selves the Non-Aligned To­ba­go Politi­cians, they stress they will not form a po­lit­i­cal par­ty. They said their on­ly con­cern is To­ba­go’s well­be­ing

They cit­ed the ab­sence of the com­plet­ed To­ba­go Au­ton­o­my Bill, Au­di­tor Gen­er­al re­ports on the To­ba­go House of As­sem­bly’s (THA) ac­counts, al­leged abuse in the re­cent food card dis­tri­b­u­tion and the “un­nec­es­sary” ac­qui­si­tion of Crown Point lands for the air­port ex­pan­sion project, as rea­sons to vote against the PMM

They al­so said his­to­ry shows To­ba­go was bet­ter off when two can­di­dates, not rep­re­sent­ing a na­tion­al par­ty, rep­re­sent the is­land in Par­lia­ment

Beard, a for­mer THA Tourism Sec­re­tary un­der the De­mo­c­ra­t­ic Ac­tion Con­gress ban­ner, said as el­ders in the com­mu­ni­ty, they could not sit by and al­low the present sit­u­a­tion to con­tin­ue

Camille McEach­nie

Sev­en promi­nent To­bag­o­ni­ans have now thrown their sup­port be­hind the Pro­gres­sive De­mo­c­ra­t­ic Pa­tri­ots (PDP).

Jeber Barreto

The politi­cians who were once op­po­nents came to­geth­er at a news con­fer­ence in Scar­bor­ough yes­ter­day

The group was com­prised of for­mer as­sem­bly­men Dr Jeff David­son, George Stan­ley Beard, Max James, Car­lyle Dick, Ce­cile Caruth, Reg­is Caruth, and for­mer par­lia­men­tar­i­an Pamela Nichol­son

Call­ing them­selves the Non-Aligned To­ba­go Politi­cians, they stress they will not form a po­lit­i­cal par­ty. They said their on­ly con­cern is To­ba­go’s well­be­ing

They cit­ed the ab­sence of the com­plet­ed To­ba­go Au­ton­o­my Bill, Au­di­tor Gen­er­al re­ports on the To­ba­go House of As­sem­bly’s (THA) ac­counts, al­leged abuse in the re­cent food card dis­tri­b­u­tion and the “un­nec­es­sary” ac­qui­si­tion of Crown Point lands for the air­port ex­pan­sion project, as rea­sons to vote against the PMM

They al­so said his­to­ry shows To­ba­go was bet­ter off when two can­di­dates, not rep­re­sent­ing a na­tion­al par­ty, rep­re­sent the is­land in Par­lia­ment

Beard, a for­mer THA Tourism Sec­re­tary un­der the De­mo­c­ra­t­ic Ac­tion Con­gress ban­ner, said as el­ders in the com­mu­ni­ty, they could not sit by and al­low the present sit­u­a­tion to con­tin­ue.

Nichol­son, who is the on­ly To­bag­on­ian to rep­re­sent To­ba­go East and West in the Par­lia­ment, al­so lament­ed the sta­tus of the au­ton­o­my bill.

“With the be­hav­iour of the PNM, over the last five years un­der Row­ley, Row­ley could not pass that bill for To­ba­go?” Nichol­son asked

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