The United National Congress is telling Lady Vice-President of the PNM, Camille Robinson-Regis to stick to national affairs after Robinson-Regis called on the people of Guyana to reject the Opposition Leader's recent address to them.
The UNC says the press release by Robinson-Regis was in poor taste.
The following is the response by the UNC.
PNM Lady Vice-Chairman Camille Robinson-Regis is calling on the people of Guyana to completely reject the advice given to them by Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
Robinson-Regis says Persad-Bissessar's message of nation-building is hypocritical, given that her party was at the same time, refusing to support the Income Tax Amendment Bill.
The following is a statement from Balisier House.
A number of PNM party groups will be sailing across to Tobago for the ruling party’s annual convention on Sunday, being held in the sister isle for the first time.
Some 10 longstanding PNMites—including former MPs and top party officials—will be honoured at the event. PNM general secretary Foster Cummings confirmed developments yesterday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce is warning that delay-tactics regarding the passage of the Income Tax Amendment Bill will negatively impact an already fragile economy and the stability in this country's financial system.
In a statement it issued today, the Chamber says cross-border tax regulations are fast becoming the norm in global business.
Some 400 families need to be relocated from the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) project in Wellington, Debe. That directive is contained in a 119-page report submitted to the Government since 2015. Three years later, no move has been made to relocate residents who have been forced to live in unsafe structures, some of them with gaping cracks in their walls.