Former Justice Minister, Christlyn Moore, is advocating for a repeal of the section of the Summary Offences Act, which deals specifically with the offence of "lewd and suggestive dancing".
According to the former justice minister, that part of the law criminalises persons who may, in essence, be human trafficking victims.
Christlyn Moore was commenting on the recent police raid at a house at Chancellor Heights, where 22 women were held, 19 of them non-nationals and minors.
Leader of the Tobago Forwards, Christlyn Moore says she stands by her statements about people being brought from Trinidad to vote in the THA election.
She spoke to the media after voting this morning.
Leader of the Tobago Forwards, Christlyn Moore has voted in the Tobago House of Assembly elections and is confident that the party will win.
Moore voted at the Lambeau Anglican School.
Moore was a former Minister of Justice in the People's Partnership regime.
She also served as a Senator representing the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP).
She formed the Tobago Forwards after breaking away from the TOP, which lost to the PNM in the 2013 THA elections, by a margin of 12 to nil.