PNM Patrick Manning, UNC-A Basdeo Panday and COP Winston Dookeran
Trinidad and Tobago General Elections 2007:
PNM romps home
With the lion’s share of the marginal seats in its back pocket, the People’s National Movement led by leader Patrick Manning handed the United National Congress Alliance (UNC A) and the Congress of the People (COP) a stinging defeat in yesterday’s general election, walking away with 26 out of a total of 41 seats.
PNM 26 UNC 15 COP 0
Trinidad and Tobago yesterday voted to “step up” with Prime Minister Patrick Manning and the People’s National Movement.
Manning to supporters: Put aside differences
Coffee Street was transformed into a Carnival-like atmosphere last night as the People’s National Movement won the two San Fernando seats and the general election…
PNM back in Govt
Heading to Government for another term, the People’s National Movement (PNM) completed yesterday’s general election race with preliminary results of 26 seats over the United National Congress’ (UNC-A) 15 seats…
The total registered electorate was 990,352.
EBC estimates put yesterday’s voter turn-out at around 53 per cent. This was at midnight, when boxes of ballots were still coming in.
The voter turnout in the 2002 election was approximately 69 per cent.
God’s victory, says Manning
Jack Warner wins on first try
FIFA vice-president and United National Congress (UNC) Alliance chairman Austin Jack Warner is the new Member of Parliament for Chaguanas West after he defeated his main opponent Manohar Ramsaran, the former Chaguanas MP, during yesterday’s General Election.
Panday blames plot between COP, PNM
Basdeo Panday greeted supporters at Rienzi Complex, Couva last night with a concession of defeat.
Panday: COP spoilt UNC A win
Supported by his wife Oma who clutched his arm, and dressed in a bright orange shirt, UNC Alliance (UNC A) co-leader Basdeo Panday last night conceded defeat in the General Election and said that “the people have spoken.”
EBC: 56 percent voter turnout
The Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC ) said last night that preliminary results indicate the voter turnout was lower than 2002’s General Election.
COP claims other parties using dirty tricks
Congress of the People (COP) candidates Anand Ramlogan and Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan are accusing the two opposing political parties of using propaganda and dirty tricks to woe the electorate…
Dookeran loses St Augustine seat
Congress of the People (COP) leader, Winston Dookeran lost his seat in the St Augustine constituency.
Dookeran: We fought a good fight
Will Winston Dookeran remain leader of the Congress of the People (COP)?
Ramesh wins Tabaquite
Former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj has won the heavily-contested Tabaquite constituency by more than 1,000 votes…
‘Bacon172000’ Predicts Correctly
PNM will win again, Panday will not step down because he wants power again, and COP won’t get any seats…