Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from September, 2015
Social Media Cries Copywrong After American Rapper Lifts Trinidadian Photographer's Work
"All people are saying is that this is someone's intellectual property. When it was pointed out to you, all you had to do was apologise..."
Outgoing Trinidad & Tobago Government Says Election Results Illegitimate. Voters #ROTFL.
Trinidad and Tobago has a history of fair elections, free from interference or violence. No wonder voters were amused by the outgoing government claiming the results are null and void.
Calls for Vigilance and Participation as Trinidad & Tobago Gets A New Government
After decades of voting out consecutive governments over corruption allegations, Trinidad and Tobago might finally have received the message that citizen involvement is what is needed to improve governance.
Predictions for an Opposition Party Win in Trinidad & Tobago's General Elections
By midnight Trinidad and Tobago time, the country should know which political party will form its next government. As predicted, it has been a tight race — out of just over a million eligible voters, the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) has thus far tallied over 400,000 votes. Many seats...
Digital Campaigning on Election Day Irritates Trinidad & Tobago Voters
Trinidad and Tobago's ruling party may have exploited a loophole in the Representation of the People Act to continue campaigning via digital media on election day.
Whatever the Weather, Trinidad & Tobago Is Voting
To paraphrase one Trinidad and Tobago voter, "Rain doesn't keep us from partying, it can't keep us from voting."
Election Day Has Begun in Trinidad & Tobago
"Today is the day Trinidad and Tobago. The country is in your hands..."