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the last day for registration to vote in the Chaguanas West by-election. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
and public meetings.
Warner said he was also not surprised by the ongo-
ing feud between him and his political colleagues.
He said he did not expect an invitation to the opening
of the Tarouba Link Road.
"They print a booklet of 32 pages, and Jack Warner
did nothing for three years," he said. "Not a single
thing mentioned about Jack Warner; not a project
on school hill, Couva interchange, roads, bridges,
nine police stations, nothing!"
Since the partnership was not inviting him to any-
thing, Warner said he had decided to visit the projects
He said he was impressed by the scope of works
Told that cracks were already appearing on the
walls alongside the roadway, Warner said the cracks
would level out after it settled, and posed no risk to
"I am absolutely pleased and in fact I intend to go
throughout the country to those areas where I have
done some work, where I have started or completed,
and to say thanks to the workers and to the people
there and to the contractors," Warner declared.
He also denied the statement of UNC chief election
officer Ramona Ramdial that there were 39 party
groups in Chaguanas West.
"I want to correct you, there are 31 party groups
and not 39, so her numbers are skewed somewhat,"
he said. "All 31 party groups have nominated me. If
they were to invent 12 more or create 12 more they
can do that, I have no problem."
However, he issued a warning to anyone who dared
to run against him.
"Anybody who wants to tarnish his or her political
career by coming to take part in the campaign at
Chaguanas West against me they can do that, I have
no problem with that."
He said he had fulfilled all the requirements for
nomination but would continue to keep his options
Warner also said under his tenure as national
security minister, crime went down by 35 per cent,
but he could not say why crime figures were increasing
since his departure from office.
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Jack Warner believes "bullies" will descend upon
Chaguanas West to frighten people away from vot-
ing for him in the constituency s forthcoming by-
However, he says he s ready for the fight.
"I am told all the heavy guns will come down in
Chaguanas West. I m told all the bullies will come
into Chaguanas West to draw people away.
"But I will remain unfazed because for me it s que
sera, sera. What will be will be," Warner said after
touring the newly-constructed $61 million Tarouba
Link Road on Thursday.
Constitutionally due on or before August 10, the
by-election is expected to be hotly contested by
Warner, who has already started motorcar rallies
Two of five people who were held
after they were found with a police
tactical sweater and a T-shirt bearing
the logo of the Central Division Task
Force were granted bail when they
appeared in court yesterday.
Hairdresser Crystal Smith, 25, and
janitorial assistant Natasha Daniel, 27,
were each granted $35,000 bail with
a surety when they appeared before
Magistrate Wendy Dougdeen-Bally
in the Port-of-Spain Sixth Court.
The two, along with Christopher
Grant, 29, Alex George, 23, and Ronnie
Bailey, 27, initially appeared before
Magistrate Melvin Daniel in the Fourth
The matter was stood down to
allow the complainant, PC Clive Grif-
fith, to obtain the criminal tracings.
The five are charged with unlawful
possession of a TTPS tactical sweater
with the word "POLICE" printed on
the front, and possession of a black
jersey bearing the TTPS logo and the
words "Central Division Task Force"
written on it.
They were arrested around 12.45
am on June 7 by police on mobile
patrol along Third Avenue, San Juan.
Police held the group after the items
were found in their car.
Although the charge was reread to
the group when they appeared before
Dougdeen-Bally, the five, who were
represented by attorney Semone
Cudjoe, were not called upon to
On the basis of the tracing pre-
sented to the court, Dougdeen-Bally
remanded the men in custody and
adjourned the matter to June 11.
Two granted bail for
illegal police gear
As Chaguanas West by-election draws near...
Warner: I'm ready
to take on big guns
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