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Fitzgerald Hinds did not
say anything unparliamen-
tary to cause Oropouche
MP Dr Roodal Moonilal to
tell him in Parliament to
"hush his stink mouth"
during the Budget debate
and there is no need to go
further with the matter.
This was the response of
Maxie Cuffie when asked
by the media at yesterday's
post-Cabinet press confer-
ence if he felt Hinds was
as equally guilty as Moonilal
in using improper language
United National Congress
chairman Khadijah Ameen
said on Wednesday that
Hinds provoked Moonilal
by taunting him with state-
ments like: "That's Kamla
leg I see without stockings,"
and "When I see allyuh I
feel to vomit."
Cuffie said Moonilal's
comment was brought to
the attention of the Speaker
Brigid Annisette-George by
Prime Minister Dr Keith
Rowley, Leader of Govern-
ment Business in the
House, Camille Robinson-
Regis, and other PNM MPs.
The UNC did not report the
matter to the Speaker, he
Pressed as to whether he,
personally, felt Hinds
should apologise, Cuffie
said he could not recall
what Hinds said.
What he did know, how-
ever, was that Hinds did
not say anything to provoke
such a reaction from
Moonilal, he said.
"I don't think there is
any need to go further with
it. He did not say anything
unparliamentary," he added.
caused outrage among
some who called for par-
liamentarians to conduct
themselves properly in
office. He subsequently
withdrew the statement
Hinds has not denied
making the comments.
Asked about the code of
conduct for parliamentar-
ians which the PNM, on the
campaign trail, promised to
bring if they got into gov-
ernment, Cuffie said they
could not interfere with
Parliament which had its
He said the PNM could
only bring a code of con-
duct for its own MPs.
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Cuffie defends Hinds'
He also announced that by-elections
for two local government seats would be
held on December 7.
Tunapuna MP Esmond Forde and
Arima MP Anthony Garcia will resign
their posts as councillors for their seats
in their areas and elections will be held to
In a separate matter, Cuffie said the
Government was seeking to cut travel
costs relating to government trips
He said the President, judges, ministers
and permanent secretaries would travel
first class while others accompanying
them would travel economy.
Members of the media will not be
included in government trips, he said.
He also announced that the
Government was seeking to bring about
closer collaboration between Venezuela
Venezuelan officials already visited
T&T and Government officials plan to
visit that country.
Cuffie said the effort was a revamping
of a plan initiated under the former
National Alliance for Reconstruction
government and would include cultural
BY-ELECTIONS ON DEC 7
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