Daily Archive for May 15th, 2008

Keeping PNM Honest

By Dr. Selwyn R Cudjoe
May 15, 2008

PNMFive months ago, the PNM was elected to serve as the Government of the people of T&T although it received 43 per cent of the votes.

On that November night, after hearing the results of the elections I, among others, streamed down to Balisier House to celebrate yet another victory. We were elated that our party had captured government for another five years.
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UDeCOTT’s Calder Hart Responds

Perfect performer

By Sean Douglas
Thursday, May 15 2008

Calder HartThe Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago (Udecott) is above board, executive chairman Calder Hart said yesterday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Port-of-Spain, in a keenly-awaited media conference which drew the focus away from Hart and leant towards the technical details of Udecott’s operations.

Hart led four Udecott directors and six managers to face reporters the day after Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s nod in the Senate for Udecott to be probed by a parliamentary Joint Select Committee (JSC) — but not by a commission of inquiry — after charges of insufficient oversight made by fired Trade Minister Dr Keith Rowley.
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