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Trinidad general elections heat up

Two key, hotbed political issues are dominating the news in Trinidad this week

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Opponents rally against bill designed to keep Hindu government in power

The Trinidad Senate is set to debate a controversial bill this week that the Lower House has already passed, which some say is designed to ensure that the Indo-led People’s Partnership maintains power at general elections due by the last quarter of next year.

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Trinidad and Tobago to move from ‘red tape to red carpet’

Trinidad and Tobago has created an enabling environment for foreign direct investment and will be moving from “red tape to red carpet.”

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High profile murder rocks the region

A series of emergency meetings are being held across Trinidad following the murder of one of the country’s most prominent citizens and apolitical attorneys.

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Compensate 1990 Trinidad coup victims, says report

The report of a commission of inquiry into the July 1990 attempted coup in Trinidad is out and has come up with some interesting recommendations for authorities

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Big drug bust sends DEA rushing to Trinidad

A huge shipment of cocaine that customs and border patrol agents found in Norfolk, Virginia this month has sent more than 50 Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and other federal agents scampering to the South Caribbean island of Trinidad.

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Opposition major winner in midterm Trinidad elections

Trinidadians went to polling stations to vote in midterm municipal elections on Monday

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Trini opposition wants Caribbean court

Since its establishment of the regional appeals court back in 2005, the appellate body has struggled to attract members, with some like Jamaica and host nation Trinidad preferring to still send civil and criminal appeals all the way to the British Privy Council in London for adjudication despite their being independent nations for more than 50 years.

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Trinidad Opposition Wants Caribbean Court

Since its establishment of the regional appeals court back in 2005, the appellate body has struggled to attract members, with some like Jamaica and host nation Trinidad preferring to still send civil and criminal appeals all the way to the British Privy Council in London for adjudication despite being independent nations for more than 50 years.

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War of words as Trinidad email scandal heats up

The local police have yet to speak on the authenticity of emails purporting to show a plot by high-level officials in Trinidad to harm an inquisitive local journalist, promote the fiercely independent chief state prosecutor out of his current job and even bug his office; however, the office of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar says that according to experts it has hired to study the alleged transmissions, they are all phony.