Wednesday, July 25 2007
Former Minister of Finance Gerald Yetming last night slammed the Patrick Manning administration for “its brutal uncaring” governance over the past five years and warned that the Prime Minister was on an “aggressive campaign” to stay in power.
He also claimed the United National Congress (UNC), which he predicted was running a dismal third in the race to win the upcoming General Election, had lost most of its support to the Congress of the People (COP).
Yetming who chaired a COP meeting at Prestige High School, Chaguanas said recent polls have shown the ruling People’s National Movement (PNM) has lost some ground, while the COP has picked up some of the PNM support, and all of the UNC support as well as mobilising some votes on its own.
He said in the heartland of the UNC the COP had pulled some 90 percent of the support from the embattled UNC.
Now, wa d fock dis chinee know bout politics in Trinidad and Tobago.
Panday take up this asshole, give him ah safe seat in St. Joseph. By the way the people in the St. Joseph constituency aint see he for the last 5 fockin years.
Wa he know bout heartland?
Not Yet Ming. Not yet.