Sunday, November 4, 2012

UNC gets aggressive, plans regular meetings in 2013

The United National Congress is planning to revive its Monday Night People's Forum, starting in the new year.

Party chairman Jack Warner made the announcement Saturday to supporters and activists at his Chaguanas West constituency office. 

He said it's the best way to provide information to the public. He also said the party would hold some the meetings in areas that are not considered traditional UNC areas.

He also commented on Friday march in Port of Spain and repeated what he said on Friday - that the People's National Movement (PNM) is failing to attract new supporters that represent the diversity of Trinidad & Tobago.

He noted that many people attended the march only because they felt an obligation to the party, not because they had any specific grouse. “What is even more comical is that almost all of those people interviewed did not even know why they were marching,” Warner said.
The UNC chairman said the PNM is a divided party and suggested that it would take two decades to for the party to fix its problems. 

Warner said the youth of the country have no interest in the PNM and that was clear to anyone who watched the images from Friday's march.

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Our family at home in Toronto 2008

Our family at home in Toronto 2008
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