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Trinidad & Tobago: Accountability

“More than three years have passed already since the Saturday morning in October 2005 when thousands of Trinidadians marched through the streets of Port of Spain to protest the Manning government's failure to deal with spiralling murder and kidnapping rates, widespread public anxiety, and the profound social inequalities behind these”: Nicholas Laughlin thinks “it is time to get angry again.”

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