Victory Celebration at Rienzi Complex

Prime Minister Elect Kamla Persad-Bissessar

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex, Couva on election night – May 24, 2010

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex

Victory celebration at Rienzi Complex

Victory: Election Night at UNC Headquarters Photo Album
Lots more photos…

Election 2010: A List of the People’s Partnership Winners

  1. Arima: Rodger Samuel – COP
  2. D’Abadie/O’Meara: Anil Roberts – COP
  3. La Horquetta/Talparo: Jairam Seemungal – UNC
  4. Tobago West: Dr Delmon Baker – TOP
  5. Toco/Sangre Grande: Dr Rupert Griffith – UNC
  6. Caroni Central: Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh – UNC
  7. Caroni East: Dr Tim Gopeesingh – UNC
  8. Chaguanas West: Jack Warner – UNC
  9. Couva North: Ramona Ramdial – UNC
  10. Couva South: Rudranath Indarsingh – UNC
  11. Cumuto/Manzanilla: Collin Partap – UNC
  12. Fyzabad: Chandresh Sharma – UNC
  13. Naparima: Nizam Baksh – UNC
  14. Oropouche East: Dr Roodal Moonilal – UNC
  15. Oropouche West: Stacy Roopnarine – UNC
  16. Princes Town: Nela Khan – UNC
  17. Siparia: Kamla Persad-Bissessar – UNC
  18. St Augustine: Prakash Ramadhar – COP
  19. Tabaquite: Dr Suruj Rambachan – UNC
  20. Barataria/San Juan: Dr Fuad Khan – UNC
  21. Chaguanas East: Stephen Cadiz – UNC
  22. Lopinot Bon/Air: Lincoln Douglas – COP
  23. Mayaro: Winston Peters – UNC
  24. Pointe-a-Pierre: Errol McLeod – UNC
  25. Moruga/Tableland: Clifton DeCoteau – UNC
  26. San Fernando West: Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan – COP
  27. St Joseph: Herbert Volney – UNC
  28. Tobago East: Vernella Alleyne-Toppin – TOP
  29. Tunapuna: Winston Dookeran – COP

6 thoughts on “Victory Celebration at Rienzi Complex”

  1. I’m a trini to the bone so I’mvery happy for the result go with god and not no seea woman you see what happen thanks and rule with love deo

  2. Kamla to be sworn in today
    PRIME MINISTER-elect Kamla Persad-Bissessar, 58, will this afternoon be sworn in as Trinidad and Tobago’s first woman Prime Minister by President George Maxwell Richards at a ceremony at the Knowsley Building, Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain.

    Kamla at Knowsley
    President’s House out; new PM takes oath at Foreign Ministry today

    Kamla, Cabinet to be sworn in today

    Delay in PM’s appointment
    THERE should have been absolutely no delay in appointing Kamla Persad-Bissessar as this country’s Prime Minister, a constitutional expert has said.

    Victory for the people

    Chambers pledge to work with new Gov’t

    Ramlogan tipped to be named AG
    Thirty seven-year-old Anand Ramlogan was last night being strongly tipped to be named Attorney General.

    ‘Mini-tsunami’ surprises experts
    Three leading political scientists expected a victory for the People’s Partnership coalition led by Prime Minister-elect Kamla Persad-Bissessar at the May 24 polls but not, in the words of one, Michael Harris, “of the level of a mini-tsunami”.

    Percy joyous on Monday night

    If they do the crime…
    With the official swearing-in of the Prime Minister and her Cabinet this afternoon, the five-year term of the new Kamla Persad-Bissessar administration gets underway after Monday’s resounding victory at the polls.

    Property tax ‘mash’ me up says Regrello

    Record 70% turnout for general election

    Voter turnout – 69 percent

    Dookeran meets COP candidates
    Congress of the People leader Winston Dookeran spent the first day of the People’s Partnership’s landslide victory in the General Election in meetings and dialogues with constituents and candidates.

    Tobago’s needs will be met
    LEADER of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) Ashworth Jack yesterday held talks with Prime Minister elect Kamla Persad-Bissessar on the way forward for the island but shied away from reporters’ requests for him to go into specifics.

    Cadiz: Chaguanas East is back home
    VICTORIOUS Chaguanas East COP candidate Stephen Cadiz will take up duty at his constituency office, Enterprise, Chaguanas to begin ground work.

    Laurel loses Arima to COP
    RODGER SAMUEL of the Congress of the People (COP) whipped Laurel Lezama-Lee Sing for the constituency of Arima, thus ending the People’s National Movement (PNM) 19-year-long stranglehold on this electoral seat.

    The challenge we must embrace
    The political hush following the natural noise of the recent general election is almost palpable. It is as if the supporters of the long-standing People’s National Movement (PNM) are still stunned by the political tidal wave that so convincingly removed it from power, even as the supporters of the People’s Partnership remain awe-struck by the margin with which it has been given a new mandate.

    Congratulations all around!
    The nation fully deserves to feel good about itself this week, and congratulations are in order for almost everyone. This begins with the flagbearer of the People’s Partnership, and new Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who rose from the ashes of a burning UNC to rescue that party in January and then moved on to establish a working alliance with Winston Dookeran’s COP, Ashworth Jack’s Tobago TOP, NJAC and sections of the Trade Union Movement. And all of these elements deserve our congratulations for how they were able to blend into the People’s Partnership. Many thought that they would have begun to fall apart even before the election, but they held together, demonstrating a maturity and sense of common purpose rare in TT politics.

    Now for the promised ‘change’
    SO the widely expected change of government has taken place. Indeed, the extent of the gains at Monday’s poll may have come as a surprise for even the hastily put together People’s Partnership coalition with its “time for change” mantra.

    Pastor Cuffie: Respect Kamla
    PENTECOSTAL Pastor Dr Winston Cuffie yesterday congratulated newly Prime Minister-elect, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, on her victory. At the same time he advised the leaders of the People’s Partnership to respect her as Prime Minister and her office.

    A night to remember
    What compelled the throngs of supporters to leave their homes at midnight to celebrate in and around the Rienzi Complex, Couva, was as obvious as it was outrageous.

  3. Congrats to the new prime minister elect. Now are the going to stop grand standing in Parliament and pass laws that are dear to peoples heart and survival? Are they going to pass an adoption law toallow adoptions between Trinidad and Tobago and the USA? There are so many orphans in Trinidad secondary to mostly drug parents who can’t take care of their kids and relatives in the US cant adopt them because they are not part of the Hague Convention. Help I need adopt my nieces and I can’t return to Trinidad and live for 9 months as Trinidad law dictates


  5. Congrats Lady PM. We now leave the past behind together with Dictator Manning and his bluntly intelligent crew and move ahead.
    LADY PM, I AM HAPPY THAT YOU HAVE THE PRIORITIES OF OUR COUNTRY AT HEART AND HAVE BEGAN YOUR PROMISED WORK TO START RESOLVING THEM. PLEASE DO NOT DERAIL FROM THE THE TASK OF BRINGING CRIME DOWN FROM IT’S UNCONTROLLED HIGH SINCE A PEOPLE CAN ONLY PERFORM MORE EFFICIENT IN A SAFE ENVIROMENT AND FOR THOSE OF US WHO WANT TO COME HOME WITH OUR ASSESTS CAN ONLY DO SO KNOWING THAT WE ARE SAFE. Also , keep in mind that when you are making changes in all sectors of our governmental departments, if we don’t change the leaders of the last failed systems, then all we did was changed our PM and will continue to not improve our country.
    My name is David Seeurattan living in Queens New York but my heart is at home in Trinidad because it’s the only place i can call home and can truely belong. I am a TRINIDADIAN.

  6. “CONGRATULATIONS” I must say this is a job well done, and I do believe that good things come to those who wait, and the people of Trinidad and Tobago have been waiting long enough for their voices to be heard….Keep up the great work Madame Prime Minister:)

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