Kamla Persad-Bissessar

Kamla on Indian Arrival Day: "Let not our differences divide us, let them unite us"

Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says we should not let our differences divide us, but unite us as we take delight in our differences.

He remark formed part of her Indian Arrival Day address.

"One hundred and seventy-three years ago the first group of immigrants arrived on our shores, and began a period of indentureship, in the hope of providing a better future for themselves and their children.

It is a vision which they lived, and laboured to ensure that it became a reality.

Opposition Leader stands in support of Nafisah

Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has come out in support of Nafisah Nakhid and is calling on the board of the Lakshmi Girls' College to reconsider its position.

Persad-Bissessar says this is a matter of natural justice, equality and fairness.

Persad-Bissessar issued the following statement on Wednesday:

"While I agree that a dress code is appropriate at schools, the reality is a hijab cannot be classed in the same category as hats, capes, sleeveless dress or see-through mini-skirts.

Opposition Leader calls for action on crime at murdered Uber driver's funeral

“Enough is enough; time for tough action on crime.”

These were the words of Leader of the Opposition Kamla Persad-Bissessar as she delivered a tribute to Christopher Mohammed, who was found murdered in St James on Friday.

Christopher, 28, worked as a sous chef aboard an oil rig and was a part-time Uber driver.

Persad-Bissessar: 'Gov't a disgrace, call elections now'

Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling on the prime minister to call elections now, saying if he has so much confidence in his ministers he should test it at the polls.

She says the prime minister rewarded Minister Darryl Smith instead of firing him, given the allegations surrounding him.

Persad-Bissesar issued the following statement today:

"Prime Minister Keith Rowley should pick up his pack of jokers and go.

Kamla: They’re trying to throw diplomat under the bus

Even as Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley waits on a report on the circumstances that led to T&T’s representative at the Organisation of American States (OAS), Ambassador Anthony Phillip-Spencer to vote against Dominica’s bid to waive its OAS contributions for 2018 and 2019, a copy of a memorandum, obtained by the T&T Guardian, surfaced yesterday stating that T&T’s Mission in Washington had suggested to the Ministry of Foreign and Caricom Affairs in T&T, that this country should support Dominica’s bid.

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