The United National Congress is telling Lady Vice-President of the PNM, Camille Robinson-Regis to stick to national affairs after Robinson-Regis called on the people of Guyana to reject the Opposition Leader's recent address to them.
The UNC says the press release by Robinson-Regis was in poor taste.
The following is the response by the UNC.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has condemned a skit done at the PNM's Family Day on Sunday, as an insult and abuse to male Afro-Trinbagonians, woman and Hindu women in particular.
She has called on prime minister Dr keith Rowley to also condemn it.
She issued the call in a statement to the media on Tuesday.
"I come back to that very question - 'Who is going to be my leader?"
In 1990, Joseph Toney was on his feet in Parliament when the Muslimeen members stormed in an attempted coup, and he blurted out, "Who is your leader?"
Tonight, it is the same question that he said he had to ask himself, as he declared that he is returning to the United National Congress, a party he had left with former Finance Minister Winston Dookeran, to form the Congress of the People.