Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. (Image: Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago)

In his response to questions in the parliament on Friday, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley hinted as to when the anticipated General Election would be.

However, it was not as specific as some would have preferred.

The Prime Minister was responding to a question from the Opposition in reference to statements made by the Minister of Finance, Colm Imbert, in a Standing Finance Committee meeting on June 10 that:

“It is likely, possible, that there would be an election before the end of the fiscal year by September 30.”

However, in his response, the Prime Minister did not give a specific date, but simply indicated that:

“Elections in Trinidad and Tobago would be called no later than December 23, 2020 as per the constitution of Trinidad and Tobago.”

Story by RISHARD KHAN ([email protected])