Monday, August 20, 2007

COP to PM: Bring foreign observers for election

Congress of the People (COP) political leader Winston Dookeran is calling on Prime Minister Patrick Manning to invite international election observers to monitor the upcoming general election.

In a letter to Manning on Friday, Dookeran reminded the PM of the People’s National Movement’s “campaign” against the Elections and Boundaries Commission in the run-up to the 2000 and 2001 general election.

He also spoke of the “elements supporting the PNM” who, he claimed, were widely reported to be intimidating voters.

“Prior to the 2002 general election, it was widely reported that voters in certain constituencies were intimidated by radical elements supporting your party and that the election was not free from fear,” Dookeran said in the letter.

“Your offhanded dismissals of violent crimes against these persons and your confrontational method in dealing with political opponents have exacerbated mounting polarisation in our society.”

Aye yuh parrot head mudder cont!

Since the last fockin election the UNC calling for fockin that. Yuh cont, yuh was a candidate for the St. Augustine, like you fockin forget or wa.

Come wid somthing fockin new nah. All this setta fockin ole talk bout new politics. Stop following the fockin UNC.

The fockin COP will saddle this mudder cont country wid these fockin goons for ah next 5 fockin years.

1 comment:

ann-J said...

Dis dookeran need a good lash on he head to knock some sense in he dotish tail. De focker look like he is a damn full-time sleepwalker