Trinidad Joint Select Committee of Parliament pulls a dirty trick – provides only 10 days notice for submissions

Afra Raymond

Trinidad anti-corruption activist Afra Raymond

Submitted by BFP reader Yummie Bear

Oh sure… the f**king Trini parliamentarians are pretending to have a major inquiry into the administration and operations of the Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago.

What can they do to limit the debate, disenfranchise citizens and make sure that informed persons are unable to present a proper submission to the committee? Easy… give only ten days notice to the deadline for submissions!

F**cking politicians. F**king corrupt b**tards!

Read Afra Raymond’s new column. He doesn’t call ’em like I do – he’s a lot more polite, but he’d probably like to use the words that I do.

ONE LOVE!

Yummie Bear

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4 responses to “Trinidad Joint Select Committee of Parliament pulls a dirty trick – provides only 10 days notice for submissions

  1. WSD

    So typical of politicians to engineer an inquiry to a certain conclusion! F’em!

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  3. MaryDavid

    Thanks Afra Raymond, for this piece of enlightenment. We as citizens of a country like this, really need voices to speak out. When bramble takes leadership status in the forest, every other tree above it, is burnt down to size so the bramble can feel important and taller than they. Any country, organisation, or special interest in which ‘bramble’ leads, therefore makes havoc in the land. It’s time for those worthy to lead this country to step forward. The coming years are critical. We have to make up for the damage done in the past, and stop further perpetration of these ills. In my opinion its all to be centered in prayer. Human ‘good’ is always tainted. However, please keep up the work you’re doing and thanks for the role you play in the anti-corruption thrust. You can speak for many of the honest citizens left.