Jul 23, 2010

Special voting begins|Newsd@y

VOTING for special electors in the July 26 Local Government Elections was described as “slow” by presiding officers at two special electors polling stations on Tuesday. Voting for special electors began at 9 am and is expected to continue until Sunday.

It has begun and will culminate on Monday July 26, 2010 when local government elections will conclude with new representatives to serve the needs of the people.

This is a very interesting election since we now have a new political leader of the PNM who should "make a difference" for the political giant that took a beating at the polls during the last general elections. The PNM currently control 9 of the 14 local government agencies and it would be interesting to see if the nation is on the side of the PP or are back in step with the new leadership of the PNM.

Trinidad and Tobago has always been PNM country and if the trend does not hold and the PP government should prevail as it did for the general elections then only rampant corruption will remove the current government when the next general election comes around. It is very important that the PNM strike back by retaining the 9 corporations that they control and even win one of the five that is controlled by the UNC.

I can't wait for the results on Monday. Thus far the turn out for the special voters has been reported to be slow. On Monday, however, the story should be different and by evening we will learn the outcome. Is the PNM back or would it be more bad news with a sound trashing coming from the PP government. "Ah cyar wait for de results!"






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