Leader of the Port Of Spain People’s Movement (PPM), Louis Lee Sing, has condemned what he says is dirty politics being played by the People’s National Movement (PNM).
The former Port of Spain mayor is taking issue with what he says is commentary coming from the PNM’s various spokespersons on several talk shows.
Mr Lee Sing told us those persons are suggesting that he has less than desirable party financiers.
To all those who don't wish to vote red or yellow - People's National Movement or United National Congress - the Port-of-Spain People's Movement (PPM) says come to the centre.
That was the call from PPM chairman Louis Lee Sing the launch of the party's candidates for Port-of-Spain for the December 2 Local Government elections.
Former Port of Spain Mayor, Louis Lee Sing, has promised to rid the capital city of thousands of unsanitary latrine pits.
He made the pledge as he unveiled the Port of Spain People's Movement, a new political incarnation that's taking aim at PNM heartland: the Port of Spain City Corporation.
“For 60 plus years there is a political organisation that has presided over 3,000 latrine pits within this capital city,” Lee Sing said. “Mayors came and left and they did nothing about it. We must move those latrine pits!”
Former PNM minister Mariano Browne has been invited to the upcoming meeting involving the Basdeo Panday family which will explore new political possibilities - but he says he will be out of T&T.
However, ex-mayor Louis Lee Sing, says he would attend the meeting if he was invited.
Browne yesterday confirmed that he had been invited.
“But I already had something on overseas,” he added.
Browne declined to comment on the May 20 meeting.
Former prime minister Basdeo Panday and his daughter Mickela will spearhead the meeting at Gaston Court, Chaguanas.