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Former Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner is talk-
ing to "a lot of people" before he makes up his mind
whether he will contest the seat as an independent
candidate or not, officials close to Warner said yes-
Warner failed to answer phone calls yesterday.
Officials in his camp were asked about his position
following confirmation from the United National
Congress (UNC) that he would "automatically expel"
himself from the party if he contested the July 29
by-election against UNC s candidate.
The UNC last week announced Tunapuna/Piarco
Regional Corporation chairman Khadijah Ameen as
the party s choice for the by-election. The election
arose after Warner resigned from the seat in April
after a negative Concacaf report on his tenure as
president with the regional governing body for foot-
UNC elections officer Ramona Ramdial and other
party officials have noted the UNC s constitution,
which says members who publicly announce their
candidacy for a government or municipal seat when
the party already has a candidate in that race will
cease to be UNC members.
Soon after resigning as MP, national security min-
ister and UNC chairman, Warner signalled he might
contest independently if not chosen to contest for
the UNC. Officials close to Warner also said last
week that Warner had told the UNC s screening team
he would consult with constituents and would "keep
his options open" if not chosen. He has scheduled
a public meeting in Chaguanas on Friday to announce
Yesterday, after the UNC s statements about expul-
sion, officials working with Warner said they couldn t
say if he would contest independently or not.
"All we know is he s talking to a lot of people,
including on the ground, to inform his decision.
Whether he would still contest independently or
change his mind on that, by Friday, we don t know
at this point," one spokesman added.
They maintained, however, that Warner has much
support in Chaguanas West.
Warner was doing a walkabout in the seat yesterday.
Ameen met yesterday with the Election and Bound-
aries Commission s nomination officer in Chaguanas
West to do a trial run of next Monday s Nomination
Campaigning begins in ernest next week after the
Prime Minister concludes this week s Caricom summit
here in Port-of-Spain.
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Prime Minister Kamla Persad-
Bissessar, right, and Khadijah
Ameen, the party's candidate in
the July 29 Chaguanas West by-
election, cut the ribbon to open
the UNC's new Chaguanas West
office on the Caroni Savannah
Road, Chaguanas, on Saturday.
The office was opened at the
end of a walkabout by the PM
and Ameen in Felicity. Looking
on are Towfeek Ali, left, his son
Jordan Alfonso-Ali and Gender
Affairs Minister Marlene
Coudray. PHOTO: SHASTRI BOODAN
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