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A number of United National Con-
gress (UNC) members, including young
people, are urging Opposition Senator
Vasant Bharath to enter the party s
leadership race and he has been con-
sulting various UNC constituencies in
recent weeks, it has been confirmed.
A spokesman said Bharath will likely
announce by the end of the week what
action he would pursue---whether con-
testing or not.
Sources close to Bharath confirmed
Tuesday night that he had been having
meetings with various constituencies
including Couva South members, Tuna-
puna and other areas and party units to
understand the feelings on the "ground"
and decide whether he should contest.
They said it had been noted there was
still support for incumbent leader Kamla
Persad-Bissessar as well as growing sup-
port for sole challenger to date,
Oropouche East MP Roodal Moonilal.
They confirmed Bharath had also
noted divisions among particular UNC
units on the issue.
Meanwhile, UNC officials after
Wednesday s national executive meeting,
said they were not aware of any legal
challenge in the offing to the election
process but "wouldn t be surprised if
there might be."
Sources said if any challenge came, it
might be from Moonilal s side since there
have been "whispers" of this. They said:
"Initially, Moonilal was very confident
and now his camp appears to be con-
cerned about things."
Moonilal didn t answer calls yesterday.
Some members of his team said they
were unaware of any challenges being
Another Bharath in the party, former
councillor Prakash Bharath, assistant
secretary of UNC s Tunapuna executive,
has admitted there were some executive
members with differing views on the
He said he supported giving Persad-
Bissessar another three years until the
next leadership election in 2018 to try
and rebrand and reinvigorate the UNC.
He said the position was outlined by
activists, himself and other Tunapuna
members at a briefing on Tuesday.
But he stressed that group didn t speak
for the executive and that briefing didn t
feature UNC Tunapuna chairman Ham-
Vasant ponders leadership post
He also denied the group had been
mandated to hold its briefing by UNC
hierarchy or leadership officials.
He said: "I can t speak for the entire
executive but we called a briefing on
Tuesday because senior activists, area
managers, the rank and file are telling us
they strongly want to retain the incum-
"People believe losing the general elec-
tion wasn t entirely her fault.
"People around her gave her advice,
the Congress of the People (COP) had
lost popularity in the East-West Corridor
but the UNC still performed creditably
since the party won 17 of the 18 seats
the People s Partnership obtained."
"She s still vibrant and loved. We ve
suggested, the party can give her three
years to do the necessary work to return
to government and if there are changes,
the MPs and rank and file want after
that, then so be it."
...to decide by weekend
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