Leader of the Movement for Social Justice David Abdullah

Leader of the Movement for Social Justice has stated that there is no People’s Partnership left. David Abdullah sought to remind that the MSJ left the People’s Partnership 3 years ago. He also claimed that the Party rejected the renewed pledge made at the People’s Partnership anniversary rally on Sunday night as according to Adullah, the Congress of the People (COP) had long since pulled away from its founding principles and policies and described the Party as a “shadow of its former self”.

Abdullah also said that the Tobago Organization of the People (TOP) was at the bottom of the political ladder in the sister isle and the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) had lost all of its pride. He claimed that what remained was a corrupt UNC.

Levelling even more scathing remarks at the UNC, Abdullah described it as a farce and a mockery for leaders to stand while Kamla Persad-Bissessar issues a new pledge. He divulged that the commitment that the leader of the UNC Kamla Persad Bissessar made in her 2010 manifesto was similar to what is being made now, however in practice the commitment meant nothing to her and her Government.

He disclosed that Patrick Manning’s recent statement that he offered the better choice in the 2010 election was incorrect as the country got exchange, not change.
as the country got exchange, not change. He said that the people voted against Prime Ministerial dictatorship and corruption

The MSJ Leader accused the UNC of contributing to the collapse of the First Republic.