PNM Political Leader, Dr Keith Rowley, was questioned on the party’s position on the CCJ at the launch of its manifesto today.
Dr. Rowley explained that the PNM is not opposed to the CCJ becoming this country’s final court of appeal to replace the London based Privy Council.
However, he said the input of citizens will be sought,along with the parliament’s support, should it win the September 7th general election.
Meanwhile, Member of Parliament for Diego Martin North East, Colm Imbert, said if elected to office a PNM government will focus on implementing a minimum wage that is line with the cost of living.
Member of Parliament for Diego Martin North East, Colm Imbert.