Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ), David Abdulah, says the main reason the MSJ lost at the polls was due to a decision by the electorate to return to the People National Movement and old politics.
The MSJ had contested seats in Point Fortin, Diego Martin and along the East West Corridor.
Mr. Abdulah in an interview on Tuesday morning, said the vote was also a referendum against the People’s Partnership and the way they were governing the country.
He noted that citizens voted to remove the Partnership, which lost control of several corporations, the same way they did in Tobago and in Chaguanas West.
However, even with the loss, the MSJ political leader said he was proud in the way the party conducted its campaign.