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Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has suggested
that the newly formed Third Force Movement is a
political offshoot of the coalition People s Partnership.
Speaking at the People s National Movement s (PNM)
"Conversations with Dr Keith Rowley" in St Joseph
on Monday night, Rowley told the intimate gathering
that the new entity was "in the bosom" of the United
National Congress (UNC).
Rowley believes that it was formed to get votes
from people who were unhappy with the UNC and
the Congress of the People (COP), and may be leaning
towards voting for the PNM instead. The Third Force
Movement is a political unit comprising former Con-
gress of the People member and former president of
the senate, Timothy Hamel-Smith, and former Clico
head Gerald Yetming. The party is also made up of
former COP chairman and political leader of the
Alliance of Independents (AOI) Nicole Dyer-Griffith,
independent candidate for Diego Martin West Phillip
Alexander and National Alliance for Reconstruction
(NAR), headed by Dr Carson Charles. Hamel-Smith
is the party s spokesman.
"But he only recently was in the bosom of the UNC
seeking for his place in the UNC and still is but they
know that there are people out there who voted for
the COP in the last election, they know that those
persons cannot properly be encouraged to vote for the
UNC again and they know that those persons are
likely to vote for the PNM so Mr Hamel-Smith and
his group and the UNC conspired to form a political
party with no hope whatsoever of winning a seat or
polling division nowhere in the country," Rowley said.
"But in particular constituencies, those persons
who they believe will not in 2015 vote for the PNM,
they are hoping to syphon them off from the PNM.
In other words it is another UNC wolf in sheep cloth-
ing," he said.
"Ask Mr Hamel-Smith is it that he has abandoned
the COP and the COP principles? If the answer is yes,
then he is agreeing with the PNM that the COP is
not worthy of your vote," he said.
Two weeks ago, both Hamel-Smith and Yetming
appeared on the UNC platform during a political
meeting in Debe.
"And secondly, how much of a UNC is that party? Let me tell you what that
party is, that is a party led by Mr Hamel-Smith, who was as much a Partnership
man as a Partnership man could be," Rowley said.
Rowley also blasted the COP as being the "biggest political disappointment in
the Commonwealth" because it "encouraged the UNC in its corrupt practice. A
leadership that sold its membership down the river to preserve a seat," he said.
Rowley labels Third Force as
UNC wolf in sheep's clothing
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