Category Archives: Constitutional reform

MAKE, OR BREAK!

MAKE, OR BREAK!. “Security can only be achieved through constant change, through discarding old ideas that have outlived their usefulness and adapting others to current facts.” William O. Douglas, Longest serving US judge So we have come. Come to this … Continue reading

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Step Down Caesar!

At last somebody talks about recall! http://www.trinidadexpress.com/commentaries/Recall_referendum__abuse_of_process_-128543318.html

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Captain the ship is adrift!

It is high time that we settle down to the matter of governance and to implement those changes that are necessary to change the course of our nation! We have been on this roller coaster before! We have vomited all … Continue reading

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Referenda

There has been much talk about referendum as a possible avenue for direct democracy as opposed to representative democracy in T&T. Although I suspect that this has come about largely because of the sense of helplessness and disenfranchisement of large … Continue reading

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Welcome to the New World!

T&T Constitutional Reform will allow open, free and flowing dialogue on matters concerning deficiencies in the existing Constitution and proposals to enhance it. At the bottom of the blog page, you will find a widget that will allow you to … Continue reading

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