Manning Sworn-in at Woodford Square

Manning Officializes in Princely Style
Patrick Manning received a majestic welcome from thousands of PNM supporters who ventured to Woodford Square to witness the first ever public swearing-in of the Prime Minister.

‘He’s like a prince’
…Woodford Square crowd gives PM royal treatment

Manning sworn in US Presidential-style
In an American-styled swearing-in ceremony the likes of which this country has never seen, President George Maxwell Richards was yesterday upstaged by Patrick Manning who became the first person to take the Prime Ministerial oath at historic Woodford Square.

Let’s move on as one family—PM
Prime Minister Patrick Manning has assured that there will be neither alienation nor victimisation following Monday’s general election in which his People’s National Movement (PNM) won…

Patrick’s day in the Square
Prime Minister Patrick Manning was mobbed by crowds of screaming well-wishers who stretched their hands across barriers to touch and even kiss him after his historic swearing-in at Woodford Square, Port-of-Spain yesterday, where he earlier promised a greater role in his government for women.

Manning at swearing-in: None need fear.
There will neither be victimisation nor alienation.

President: Time for nation to heal
President George Maxwell Richards says the nation needs healing, and is urging elected members of Parliament to work for the betterment of the country.

New AG to be sworn in today
Attorney Bridgette Annisette-George is to be sworn today as the nation’s new Attorney General, several sources confirmed yesterday.

Callender assaulted
…COP Laventille candidate injured in family dispute

COP bids to unseat Panday, Bharath
The Congress of the People has its eyes set on claiming the St Augustine and Couva North seats…

Bas returns as Opposition Leader

Dookeran: COP here to stay

Panday: PM thanking COP
UNC Alliance (UNC A) co-leader Basdeo Panday yesterday said the swearing in of Prime Minister Patrick Manning at Woodford Square, Port-of-Spain was Manning’s way of thanking the Congress of the People (COP) for helping his People’s National Move-ment (PNM) to win the General Election.

Coudray vows to keep on fighting

Bell tolls for PNM faithful

New Cabinet to be sworn in today
Key roles for women—PM

Manning in Woodford Square…
La Guerre: Building closer ties with citizens

COP will be monitoring Govt, says Dookeran

PNM claims bogus ballots
Allegations that some ballots cast in the polls for the Mayaro constituency were fraudulent, have been made in the recount of votes requested by the People’s National Movement

PM: Reducing food prices is top priority

Basdeo Panday is Opposition Leader
United National Congress Alliance co-leader Basdeo Panday was confirmed as Opposition Leader last night.

Gunmen storm home, take $.4m, dog
Gunmen stormed a home, terrorised a family, then stole nearly half a million dollars and the family’s pet dog. The men made off with the pompek, cell phones and more than $400,000.

Hazel back in Cabinet

Rev Jackson: I did not know about election
Civil Rights activist and US former presidential candidate Reverend Jesse Jackson yesterday confirmed he did not visit Trinidad for last Saturday’s UNC Alliance (UNC A) rally at Aranjuez Savannah because this would have been seen as interference in the country’s internal political affairs.

Results show, 21,866 voted in Sister Isle

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