Political Leader of The Unit­ed Na­tion­al Con­gress, Kam­la Per­sad-Bisses­sar on Sunday un­veiled the UNC’s plans for the coun­try, be­fore a large crowd ofsup­port­ers who flood­ed the Cou­va South Mul­ti-Pur­pose Car Park. The party’s launch saw 139 can­di­dates presented for the De­cem­ber 2nd Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment Elec­tions.

Some of the plans in­clud­ed re­peal­ing the Prop­er­ty Tax Act, de­crim­i­nal­i­sa­tion of mar­i­jua­na, restarting the lap­top pro­gram and restart­ing the Petrotrin re­fin­ery.

Urg­ing sup­port­ers to come out in their num­bers and cast their votes, Per­sad-Bisses­sar said, “De­cem­ber 2nd will be no or­di­nary elec­tion.”

Ac­cus­ing the Gov­ern­ment of spend­ing $250 bil­lion in four years on noth­ing that has stim­u­lat­ed the econ­o­my or im­proved the qual­i­ty of life for the cit­i­zen­ry, she un­veiled the par­ty’s Na­tion­al Eco­nom­ic Trans­for­ma­tion Mas­ter Plan for T&T via a video pre­sen­ta­tion.

Per­sad-Bisses­sar said the plan is on the par­ty’s web­site and open for dis­cus­sions and con­sul­ta­tions. In the first 90 days of as­sum­ing of­fice, she promised that a UNC gov­ern­ment will hit the ground run­ning as she list­ed plans in every sec­tor, in­clud­ing crime, health, ed­u­ca­tion, and en­er­gy. Per­sad-Bisses­sar promised that the po­lice ser­vice will get the prop­er re­sources to bring down the crime and keep the cit­i­zen­ry safe