Trinidad & Tobago: Member of parliament misbehaves

We're in much deeper trouble than we previously thought,” writes Manicou, discussing the disdainful treatment meted out to people at a public meeting by Trinidad and Tobago member of parliament Larry Achong, and Achong's subsequent denial of wrongdoing. The Rights Action Group T&T blog, meanwhile, reports that residents of Chatham, the community in which the meeting took place, are demanding a public apology from Achong.

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