The Movement of Social Justice (MSJ) is not ruling out that the break-in at their San Fernando headquarters on Sunday was orchestrated by their political opponents.
The incident comes on the heels of claims by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley that on two occasions before the 2015 general election contract killers were offered the job to kill him but they both refused. Rowley also claimed that recent threats were made to kill Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi.
The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) political leader David Abdulah has lamented that 90 per cent of workers have not had a wage or salary increase in the last six years, even while the Parliament debated pension increases for retired judges, MPs, prime ministers and presidents.
He said this was one of the many issues the working class faces under an inequitable economic system that the PNM and UNC have subjected the country to, as he called on thousands to participate in today’s Labour Day celebrations.
The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) says it will contest all 114 electoral districts in the upcoming Local Government Elections and 41 constituencies in next year’s General Election as it seeks to overthrow the People’s National Movement (PNM).
Nominations for candidates will take place at the party’s headquarters from July 1 to 31 between 9 am and 4 pm. Forms are available at the headquarters and online. Candidates will be screened following nomination.
Accusing Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of going against the tenets of his party's founder the late Dr Eric Williams, the political leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah reiterated yesterday that peaceful protests and trade unionism were pillars of democracy.
Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice, David Abdulah has written to the Chairman of the Integrity Commission formally requesting that the Integrity Commission investigates whether any public funds and or resources were used by to hire Cambridge Analytica.
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