Suruj hopes for chance to fight Tabaquite
WORKS and Infrastructure Minister Suruj Rambachan says he hopes to get the nod as the United National Congress’ (UNC) candidate for Tabaquite in the September 6 General Election.
Speaking on Monday night at the UNC’s Monday Night Forum in Gasparillo, Rambachan told Newsday that as a career politician and the immediate former Tabaquite MP, he comes with the correct political tools to continue Tabaquite’s development under a People’s Partnership Government.
Speaking at the Monday Night Forum, Rambachan lauded the inclusiveness of the People’s Partnership, saying there was no “us” or “them”, but only citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.
In addition, he praised Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for keeping a coalition of parties together, affirming that it was the first time in the history of this country that a Prime Minister has managed to hold a coalition together and govern a country for a full five year term.
“In our party and in our partnership, there is no ‘us’, there’s no ‘them’ there is only the people of Trinidad and Tobago. There is only a unified nation. He also thanked constituents of Tabaquite for allowing him to serve them over the past five years.
Rambachan later praised Persad-Bissessar for her encouraging of freedom of speech in the nation. According to him, the nation has enjoyed freedom of speech like it has never before.Share on Facebook