After a meeting described as “stormy” at the Prime Minister’s residence, the 18 UNC MPs said they felt insulted by President Arthur NR Robinson’s stated reasons for choosing PNM leader Patrick Manning as Prime Minister.
Spokesman Wade Mark said the meeting was unanimous in its rejection of the accord.
“There is no more agreement.”
“The Manning administration is illegitimate,” Mark said. “The collective view of the Members of Parliament of the UNC is that the President shredded the Constitution and effectively scuttled the bi-partisan accord.”
Mark also announced that former prime minister and UNC leader Basdeo Panday has called a special national assembly on Saturday at the Centre of Excellence in Macoya.
“We will be mobilising the constituencies,” Mark said, although he would not say towards what they will be mobilised.
NOW TELL ME, WHO CAN TRUST THESE THUGS?
WHEN THEY STOLE THE LAST ELECTION PEOPLE GRUMBLED BUT WE DID NOT MASH UP THE PLACE! WE WILL SEE HOW FAR THE UNC ARE WILLING TO GO TO HOLD ON TO OPPOSITION (I really cannot say government)
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