Emailgate

UNC unequivocally denies Cambridge Analytica connections

The United National Congress will be exploring its legal options, as part of its response to government’s proposed criminal probe into the party’s alleged connection with Cambridge Analytica.

Confirmation has come from UNC Public Relations Officer, Senator Anita Haynes, who states unequivocally, there is no connection between the party and the political consulting firm.

According to Senator Haynes, once again, the PNM is spreading misinformation, just like they did back in 2015 with Emailgate.

Khan on Emailgate: "Investigate Rowley"

In the wake of the Police Service officially closing the "Emailgate" investigations, attorney Senior Counsel Israel Khan is calling on the Director of Public Prosecutions to now aim his sights on the man who brought the documents to light. 

In a news conference Wednesday, Khan called upon the DPP to "request that the police set up a team of officers to investigate the now Prime Minister, the then leader of the Opposition, whether he conspired with a person unknown or a person known in order to pervert the course of public justice."

Opposition Leader calls for PM's resignation in aftermath of Emailgate probe

Opposition Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley following the outcome of the police probe into allegations brought by Dr. Keith Rowley in 2013 proves that he is unfit to lead Trinidad and Tobago.  

The Opposition Leader issued the following statement today:

"Since these allegations were first made in the Parliament, I have remained firm in my view that the emails are fake, and this was a deliberate attempt by then-Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley to mislead the Parliament and the people of this country.

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