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Mere hours after political
leader of the Independent Lib-
eral Party (ILP) had declared
he had made peace with gang
leaders in Enterprise and cen-
tral Trinidad, another murder
occurred in the area, this time
at Todd s Road.
Speaking at a cottage meeting
at the corner of the Southern
Main Road and Neblett Street
in Enterprise Thursday night,
Warner said he met with various
gang leaders and following that
meeting a decision was taken to
put down the guns.
He said apart from the crime,
unemployment and poor infra-
structure were also plaguing the
Warner also lashed out at
President Anthony Carmona
describing him and Prime Min-
ister Kamla Persad-Bissessar as
He advised that the two
should "immediately leave hand
in-hand." Carmona had criti-
cised what he described as the
"rumshop logic" which he said
underscored many of the public
comments regarding the Integri-
ty Commission. He made the
comment after swearing in the
commission's new deputy chair-
man attorney Rajiv Persad and
new member, qualified account-
ant Angela Young Lai.
"I am mindful of the ongoing
public comments about the sta-
tus of the Integrity Commission
and very mindful of my powers
and responsibilities in relation
to that commission.
"Simplistic and sometimes
inane referencing without moor,
to presidential powers that I
have and do not have, may have
appealed to those engaged in
'rumshop' logic but I am about
the Constitution and the law,
the rule of law, due process and
the audi alteram partem rule,"
Carmona had said.
Last month, Opposition
Leader Dr Keith Rowley had also
expressed concern that Carmona
had not given adequate notice
of the intended replacements for
the commission until the day
before they were first scheduled
to be sworn in on June 12.
Wading in on Carmona,
Warner said: "I became very
incensed when the President of
this country could refer to those
persons who oppose him as hav-
ing rumshop logic.' If he has
rumshop friends that is his busi-
ness. If he was appointed by a
rumshop government that is his
"But it is wrong to lump all
those persons who sensibly
oppose him for foolishness as
rumshop logic.' When he decide
to appoint two persons to a
commission that has been taint-
ed that is rumshop logic,'"
Saying that Carmona had
"shown his hands" Warner
accused the President of being
in the hands of the politicians.
The former national security
minister said what was even
worse was that the composition
of the commission did not
reflect the multiracial society of
"A commission like that com-
mission should reflect the plural
nature of this society.You look
at them and tell me if you
believe that commission is
reflective of the country.
"I apologise to you because I
was a part of that Cabinet that
made this monumental mistake,"
Warner tells Carmona, PM...
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