Trini Sweet Talk

Listen to de sweet talk of ah true Trini
 
HomeFAQRegisterLog in
Advertisement
bet365
Similar topics
Search
 
 

Display results as :
 
Rechercher Advanced Search
Latest topics
» From The Empty Treasury
Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:46 am by Honeylu

» MPS NOT MINISTERS
Sun Oct 08, 2017 11:24 am by Honeylu

» The PNM Shit List
Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:07 pm by Honeylu

» PNM Racist Acts!
Sun Jul 17, 2016 11:15 pm by Honeylu

» PNM RESIGNATIONS AND FIRING
Thu Jun 30, 2016 9:59 am by Honeylu

» EDITORIAL / NEWS AGAINST ROWLEY
Wed Jun 22, 2016 4:34 pm by Honeylu

» THE LANDATE PROJECT!
Mon May 30, 2016 8:50 pm by Honeylu

» LIST OF PNM MINISTERS BEFORE THE INTEGRITY COMMISSION
Sat Mar 19, 2016 3:17 pm by Honeylu

» The effects of VAT and the depreciation of the TT Dollar
Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:48 pm by Honeylu

Navigation
 Portal
 Index
 Memberlist
 Profile
 FAQ
 Search
Advertisement
bet365

Share | 
 

 The PNM Shit List

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
AuthorMessage
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: The PNM Shit List   Sat May 14, 2011 7:08 pm

Mess Inherited from PNM

1. A Failed Health Sector
2. Runaway Crime Spree
3. Pothole riddle Roads
4. Water Shortage
5. Massive Flooding
6. A Recession Economy
7. Out of Control Inflation Rate
8. A withered Agriculture Sector
9. $25 billion CLICO Crisis
10. $2 billion Contractors debt
11. The Scandalous Tobago Hospital rip-off
12. Traffic Jams galore
13. 75 Unsettled wage negotiations $9 BILLION
14. Maco Manning SIA
15. A Rundown outdated Police Service
16. 9,000 former Caroni Workers waiting on land
17. 6,000 Cane Farmers waiting on compensation
18. HCU Crisis
19. $7 billion budget deficit
20. $4 billion WASA debt
21. $1 billion incomplete Tarouba Tsunami shelter
22. $650 million incomplete Legal Affairs Tower
23. $700 million incomplete Chancery Lane Complex
24. $500 million incomplete South Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA)
25. $30 million mystery church
26. Ministry of Housing $8 BILLION
27. Outstanding VAT $2 BILLION
28. Loan for Waterfront $2.7 BILLION
29. Outstanding Fuel Subsidy $6 BILLION
30. Loan for Tarouba Stadium $500 MILLION
31. $576Million Rapid Rail feasibility study scandal LOAN
32. A condo for the Profitess/Prophetess at UTT
33. Deadly Cancerous Smelter
34. Su the $50 million boat that can’t float
35. PNM Property Tax
36. $100 million to fix shoddy work done EMBD with Water pipes and Electricity together
37. Petrotrin $12.5 BILLION


Last edited by Honeylu on Fri Dec 11, 2015 7:06 pm; edited 4 times in total
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:01 am

Another piece of shit this govt have to clean up that originated from the PNM. The “Ish & Steve” Matter. How does the govt treat with this matter fairly as to not be seen bias one-way or the other?

The question is why did the PNM drop all the charges in 2007 when the judge was ready to start the case and introduce 3 new charges which are still in the Preliminary stage?
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:02 am

Another piece of shit this govt have to clean up that originated from the PNM. The Ministry of Finance which is now under the control of the PPG finds itself in a position where they have to hire lawyers to defend “actions” of the PNM Administration and the dilemma is how do you expose wrong doing by the former Minister of Finance without implicating the Ministry of Finance?


Last edited by Honeylu on Sun Jun 15, 2014 3:01 pm; edited 1 time in total
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:44 pm

CORRECTING PNM WRONGS!

Mess Inherited from PNM

1. A Failed Health Sector
2. Runaway Crime Spree
3. Pothole riddle Roads
4. Water Shortage
5. Massive Flooding
6. A Recession Economy
7. Out of Control Inflation Rate
8. A withered Agriculture Sector
9. $25 billion CLICO Crisis
10. $2 billion Contractors debt
11. The Scandalous Tobago Hospital rip-off
12. Traffic Jams galore
13. 75 Unsettled wage negotiations $9 BILLION
14. Maco Manning SIA
15. A Rundown outdated Police Service
16. 9,000 former Caroni Workers waiting on land
17. 6,000 Cane Farmers waiting on compensation
18. HCU Crisis
19. $7 billion budget deficit
20. $4 billion WASA debt
21. $1 billion incomplete Tarouba Tsunami shelter
22. $650 million incomplete Legal Affairs Tower
23. $700 million incomplete Chancery Lane Complex
24. $500 million incomplete South Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA)
25. $30 million mystery church
26. Ministry of Housing $8 BILLION
27. Outstanding VAT $2 BILLION
28. Loan for Waterfront $2.7 BILLION
29. Outstanding Fuel Subsidy $6 BILLION
30. Loan for Tarouba Stadium $500 MILLION
31. $576Million Rapid Rail feasibility study scandal LOAN
32. A condo for the Profitess/Prophetess at UTT
33. Deadly Cancerous Smelter
34. Su the $50 million boat that can’t float
35. PNM Property Tax
36. $100 million to fix shoddy work done EMBD with Water pipes and Electricity together
37. Petrotrin $12.5 BILLION


And these are SOME of the things the PPGov't has done to clean up the MESS.


• Settled 130  wage negotiations  34   of which  was left outstanding by the PNM
• Settled $25 billion CLICO Crisis
• Turn around a recession economy from negative 3.5% to positive 1.7% growth
• Turn around the agriculture sector
• Created the Children life fund
• Reduced poverty by 7%
• Created the Single Electronic Window for ease of doing business
• Built the Couva Interchange
• Converted Chancery Lane office complex into a teaching hospital
• Replaced the Navet South Trunk Main which improved water supply to over 250,000 households
• Upgrades to Hollis Main for an improved water supply along corridor
• Paid $1.5 billion owed to contractors by the PNM
• Completed the Aranguez Overpass
• Constructed the St. Helena Delta Bridge connecting Kelly Village to Piarco
• Completed the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway Extension
• Constructed a Third Lane to Uriah Butler Highway
• Rehabilitated the Tarouba Link Road.
• Construction of the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension from Golconda to Debe
• Completion of the Churchill Roosevelt Highway/Uriah Butler Highway Interchange
• Built 87 new schools
• Built 8 new police stations at Arima, Maloney, Piarco, Cumuto, Brasso, Oropouche, La Brea and Moruga.
• Provided 500 new vehicles to the Police Service
• Created over 40 New Bus routes
• Processed more than 7,000 Certificates of Comfort (COCs).
• Commissioned 12 community centres at Gulf View, Marac, Waterloo, Union Claxton Bay, Malabar Phase IV, La Gloria, Hindustan, Bon Air West, Ste. Madeleine, Sisters’ Road, Second Caledonia, Duranta  
• Built over 30 Bridges
• Ministry of Local Gov’t paved 1150 local roads  in fiscal year 2012/13
• FOREIGN direct investment increased by over 400% since 2010 from $3.5 billion to almost $16.1 billion.
• Given out 95,000 Laptops to Form one Students
• Reduced Inflation from 16% in 2010 to 6% in 2014.
• Opened 17 MIC Technology Centre
• Increased 24/7 Water Supply from 18% in 2010 to 73% in
2014
• Installed lights at 162 Recreation Grounds
• Increased old age pension by $1,000
• Increased minimum wage from $9.00 to $15.00

Delivery for Tobago
• Completed the long awaited Tobago hospital improving health care in Tobago
• Completed the Magdalena Grand improving rooms for Tourism
• Opened a new gas station at Roxborough.
• Fixing the problem with obtaining land title
• IMPROVED BUS SERVICE
• $150 million upgrade for ANR Airport
• New Fire Station for Black Rock (In Progress, See Udecott site for status)
• New MET Office (In Progress, See Udecott site for status)
• Opened the Tobago Technology Centre at Bon Accord
• The establishment of an integrated campus for UTT
• 100% OF TOBAGO WILL HAVE 24/7 WATER SUPPLY BY JULY
and the list goes on...


Last edited by Honeylu on Fri Dec 11, 2015 7:05 pm; edited 21 times in total
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Sun Jun 01, 2014 3:51 pm

Delivery for Tobago
• Completed the long awaited Tobago hospital improving health care in Tobago
• Completed the Magdalena Grand improving rooms for Tourism
• Opened a new gas station at Roxborough.
• Fixing the problem with obtaining land title
• IMPROVED BUS SERVICE
• $150 million upgrade for ANR Airport
• New Fire Station for Black Rock
• Opened the Tobago Technology Centre at Bon Accord
• Built a New Met Office
• The establishment of an integrated campus for UTT
• 100% OF TOBAGO WILL HAVE 24/7 WATER SUPPLY BY JULY
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Sat Sep 27, 2014 2:27 pm

I heard the PNM said “this government spending too much money and don’t know where the money going”. What they wouldn’t tell you is that they left BILLION$ in debts in almost every ministry.

Here are some examples:
CLICO $25 BILLION
Ministry of Housing $8 BILLION
WASA $4 BILLION
Outstanding VAT $2 BILLION
Owed Contractors $2 BILLION
Loan for Waterfront $2.7 BILLION
Outstanding Fuel Subsidy $6 BILLION
Loan for Tarouba Stadium $500 MILLION
Loan for RACKET RAIL $500 MILLION
Petrotrin $12.5 BILLION
Outstanding Wage Negotiations $9 BILLION

Over $72 BILLION in outstanding debts and that’s just a fraction, so when PNM and the so-called economists asking where the money going, they must speak the TRUTH.


Last edited by Honeylu on Sat May 02, 2015 6:24 pm; edited 1 time in total
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Fri Dec 12, 2014 10:29 am

PROPAGANDA:
The PP Govt is only developing South Of the Caroni
FACTS:
The following major projects have been done under the PP Government  in The East West Corridor:

1. UWI Costatt Campus – SANGRE GRANDE
2. New Arima Hospital (under construction) – ARIMA
3. Completed the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway Extension - ARIMA
4. New Arima Police Station – ARIMA
5. Valencia bypass Road - VALENCIA
6. New Walkover – OROPUNE
7. New Walkover – MALONEY
8. St. Barbara's Spiritual Shouter Baptist Primary School - MALABAR
9. Nursing Academy – EL DORADO
10. Tunapuna Promenade – TUNAPUNA
11. Upgraded Tunapuna Market – TUNAPUNA
12. National Tennis Complex (under construction) - TACARIGUA
13. Churchill Roosevelt Highway/Uriah Butler Highway Interchange – GRAND BAZAAR
14. Completion of the Aranguez Overpass – ARANGUEZ
15. National Oncology Centre (under construction) – MT. HOPE
16. Mango Rose Homework Centre – EAST PORT OF SPAIN
17. Upgrade of the Blanchisseuse Police Station
18. Diego Martin Highway Extension – DIEGO MARTIN
19. Diego Martin Technology Centre - DIEGO MARTIN
20. Chaguaramas Boardwalk and Recreation Facility - CHAGUARAMAS
21. New D’Abadie Bridge (B1/23) – D’ABADIE
22. New bridge B1/14 Churchill Roosevelt Highway - TRINCITY
23. Creation of three lanes out of Port of Spain by building a third lane on Bridge at Sea Lots
24. Creation of Roundabout at Lok Jack School of Business
25. Repairs to the Blanchisseuse Road improving connection to Asa Wright Nature Center
26. St Joseph River Bridge being reconstructed
27. Valencia Stretch repaved along with several sections of Eastern Main Road as well as widening of CR HIghway into three lanes going East
28. Upgrades to Hollis Main for an improved water supply along corridor
29. Water projects to expand pipe borne supply 24/7 for all.
30. Wastewater treatment plants in Matura, Arima, POS
31. The reconstructed bridge 2/10 Toco Main Road
32. New Bridge 1/47 Paria Main Road, Matelot
33. State of the art Carenage Health Centre
34. New Maloney Police Station
35. New Bridge Valencia Main Road, Valencia
36. THE VALENCIA VISITOR CENTRE
37. Paramin Primary School
38. St Peter's RC Primary, former the Pt Cumana Primary
39. Febeau Primary School
40. Arima New Government Primary School
41. Rose Hill RC Primary School, Laventille
42. Morvant ECCE School
43. Morvant pavilion upgrade
44. Public Access Learning Systems (PALS) at Sea Lots
45. Sea Lots Community Centre
46. St Augustine South Government ECCE Centre
47. El Socorro South Government ECCE Centre
48. Santa Rosa Government ECCE Centre
49. Sangre Grande Government ECCE Centre
50. La Puerta Government ECCE Centre
51. Valsayn Government ECCE Centre
52. Petit Valley Government ECCE Centre
53. Tacarigua Government ECCE Centre
54. El Socorro North Government ECCE Centre
55. Salybia Government ECCE Centre
56. Lopinot/La Pastora ECCE Centre
57. Maloney Government ECCE Centre
58. Valencia Government ECCE Centre
59. St Augustine ECCE Centre
60. Maraval ECCE Centre
61. Oropune Gardens ECCE Centre
62. Caura Royal Road ECCE Centre
63. Bon Air West ECCE Centre
64. Malabar ECCE Centre
65. La Horquetta ECCE Centre
66. Aranguez Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)
67. Mt Hope Government ECCE Centre
68. BICHE PRESBYTERIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL
69. ARANGUEZ NORTH SECONDARY SCHOOL


Last edited by Honeylu on Mon Aug 24, 2015 11:47 am; edited 10 times in total
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Mon Jan 12, 2015 9:20 am

The FACTS shows PP Government had better results dealing with crime.

Taking out 2010 because it was an election year and the government changed in the middle, let us calculate the last 4 years of PNM administration 2006-2009 last 4 years of PP administration 2011-2014

PNM:
2006 – 368 | 2007 – 395 | 2008 – 550 | 2009 – 509 | Avg per year 455

PP
2011 – 354 | 2012 – 383 | 2013 – 407 | 2014 – 403 | Avg per year 386

No matter how PNM spin it this government had better results dealing with crime and without SAUTT

And all OTHER Serious Crimes, Rape, Robbery, Larceny of Motor Vehicles, House Breaking are down by 50%.
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Sat Apr 11, 2015 5:06 pm

PP Gov’t Spend $284.3 Billion in their 5 years (2011-2015) in office and what do they have to show for it?

• Settled 130  wage negotiations  34   of which  was left outstanding by the PNM
• Settled $25 billion CLICO Crisis
• Turn around a recession economy from negative 3.5% to positive 1.7% growth
• Turn around the agriculture sector
• Created the Children life fund
• Reduced poverty by 7%
• Created the Single Electronic Window for ease of doing business
• Built the Couva Interchange
• Converted Chancery Lane office complex into a teaching hospital
• Replaced the Navet South Trunk Main which improved water supply to over 250,000 households
• Upgrades to Hollis Main for an improved water supply along corridor
• Paid $1.5 billion owed to contractors by the PNM
• Completed the Aranguez Overpass
• Constructed the St. Helena Delta Bridge connecting Kelly Village to Piarco
• Completed the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway Extension
• Constructed a Third Lane to Uriah Butler Highway
• Rehabilitated the Tarouba Link Road.
• Construction of the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension from Golconda to Debe
• Completion of the Churchill Roosevelt Highway/Uriah Butler Highway Interchange
• Built 87 new schools
• Built 8 new police stations at Arima, Maloney, Piarco, Cumuto, Brasso, Oropouche, La Brea and Moruga.
• Provided 500 new vehicles to the Police Service
• Created over 40 New Bus routes
• Processed more than 7,000 Certificates of Comfort (COCs).
• Commissioned 12 community centres at Gulf View, Marac, Waterloo, Union Claxton Bay, Malabar Phase IV, La Gloria, Hindustan, Bon Air West, Ste. Madeleine, Sisters’ Road, Second Caledonia, Duranta  
• Built over 30 Bridges
• Ministry of Local Gov’t paved 1150 local roads  in fiscal year 2012/13
• FOREIGN direct investment increased by over 400% since 2010 from $3.5 billion to almost $16.1 billion.
• Given out 95,000 Laptops to Form one Students
• Reduced Inflation from 16% in 2010 to 6% in 2014.
• Opened 17 MIC Technology Centre
• Increased 24/7 Water Supply from 18% in 2010 to 73% in
2014
• Installed lights at 160 Recreation Grounds
• Increased old age pension by $1,000
• Increased minimum wage from $9.00 to $15.00


Delivery for Tobago
• Completed the long awaited Tobago hospital improving health care in Tobago
• Completed the Magdalena Grand improving rooms for Tourism
• Opened a new gas station at Roxborough.
• Fixing the problem with obtaining land title
• IMPROVED BUS SERVICE
• $150 million upgrade for ANR Airport
• New Fire Station for Black Rock (In Progress, See Udecott site for status)
• New MET Office (In Progress, See Udecott site for status)
• Opened the Tobago Technology Centre at Bon Accord
• The establishment of an integrated campus for UTT
• 100% OF TOBAGO WILL HAVE 24/7 WATER SUPPLY BY JULY
and the list goes on...

BUDGETS by Year
2010/11 – $49 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2011
http://www.ttembassy.org/uploads/pdf/Budget_Statement_2011.pdf

2011/12 - $54.6 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2012
http://finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Budget-Statement-2012.pdf

2012/13 - $58.4 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2013
http://www.guardian.co.tt/sites/default/files/story/Budget-Statement-2013.pdf

2013/14 - $61.3 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2014
http://finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Budget-Statement-2014.pdf

Revised 2014/15 - $61 Billion
5 Years TOTAL = $284.3 Billion


Last edited by Honeylu on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:06 am; edited 4 times in total
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Sat Apr 11, 2015 5:08 pm

PNM Spent $213.4 Billion in their last 5 years (2006-2010) in office and what did they have to show for it?

1. A Failed Health Sector
2. Runaway Crime
3. Pothole riddled Roads
4. Water Shortage
5. Massive Flooding
6. A Recession Economy
7. Out of Control Inflation Rate
8. A withered Agriculture Sector
9. $25 billion CLICO Crisis
10. $1.5 billion Contractors debt
11. The Scandalous Tobago Hospital
12. Traffic Jams galore
13. 75 Unsettled wage negotiations
14. Maco Manning SIA, spying on innocent citizens
15. A Rundown outdated Police Service
16. 9,000 former Caroni Workers waiting on land
17. 6,000 Cane Farmers waiting on compensation
18. HCU Crisis
19. $7 billion budget deficit
20. $4 billion WASA debt
21. $1 billion incomplete Tarouba Tsunami shelter
22. $650 million incomplete Legal Affairs Tower
23. $700 million incomplete Chancery Lane Complex
24. $500 million incomplete South Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA)
25. $30 million mystery church
26. UdeCOTT / Calder Hart Scandal
27. President House collapsed
28. Emperor’s Palace for Manning
29. $576Million Rapid Rail feasibility study scandal
30. A condo for the Profitess/Prophetess at UTT
31. Deadly Cancerous Smelter
32. Su the $50 million boat that never sailed a day
33. PNM Property Tax

BUDGET by Year

2006 $39,295,563.53 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2006: http://finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/pub7.pdf

2007 $$38 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2007: http://finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/pub8.pdf

2008 $42 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2008 http://finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/pub9.pdf

2009 $49.8 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2009 http://finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/pub90A98A.pdf

2010 $44.4 billion
BUDGET STATEMENT 2010 http://finance.gov.tt/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/pub985D6E.pdf

2006-2010 TOTAL = $213.4 Billion
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Mon Apr 27, 2015 1:08 pm

To date fifty-four (54) ECCE Centres have been handed-over to the Ministry of Education (MoE).

These are:

La Romaine Government ECCE Centre
St Augustine South Government ECCE Centre
El Socorro South Government ECCE Centre
Santa Rosa Government ECCE Centre
San Pedro Government ECCE Centre
Sangre Grande Government ECCE Centre
La Puerta Government ECCE Centre
Valsayn Government ECCE Centre
Petit Valley Government ECCE Centre
St Sylvan Anglican ECCE Centre
Mayaro Government ECCE Centre
Tacarigua Government ECCE Centre
Ortoire RC Government ECCE Centre
El Socorro North Government ECCE Centre
Santa Flora Government ECCE Centre
Salybia Government ECCE Centre
Strange Village Government ECCE Centre
Chinapoo Government ECCE Centre
Little Gems Pentecostal ECCE Centre
North Trace ECCE Centre
Lopinot/La Pastora ECCE Centre
Munroe Road ECCE Centre
San Fernando Anglican ECCE Centre
Maloney Government ECCE Centre
Valencia Government ECCE Centre
St Augustine ECCE Centre
Roystonia ECCE Centre
Maraval ECCE Centre
La Goya ECCE Centre
Oropune Gardens ECCE Centre
Caura Royal Road ECCE Centre
Charlieville Government ECCE Centre
Clarke Rochard ECCE Centre
Bon Air West ECCE Centre
Malabar ECCE Centre
La Horquetta ECCE Centre
Harmony Hall Government ECCE
Carlsen Field Government ECCE
Retrench Government ECCE
Wellington Road Government ECCE
Golconda Government ECCE
St. Mary's Government ECCE
Edinburgh South Government ECCE
Egypt Trace Government ECCE
Raghunanan Government ECCE
Aranguez ECCE
Maraj Hill ECCE
Union Hall ECCE
Phoenix Government ECCE Centre
Lower Cumuto Government ECCE Centre
Madras Government ECCE Centre
Mt Hope Government ECCE Centre
Morvant ECCE Centre
Lisas Gardens ECCE Centre
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Sun May 10, 2015 1:45 pm

ECCEC ALONG EASTWEST CORRIDOR
CENTRE NAME STREET NAME DISTRICT
ARIMA NEW OFF TUMPUNA RD ARIMA
AROUCA PINE HAVEN LA RESOURCE RD D'ABADIE
ARANGUEZ JOHNNY KING RD ARANGUEZ
BAMBOO JAFFAT ST VALSAYN
BON AIR OLIVINE AVE & BLU-MUSSEL ST, BON AIR GARDENS AROUCA
BARATARIA EIGHT AVE & TWELFTH ST BARATARIA
CAURA ROYAL RD LA GOYA RD EL DORADO
JACOB HILL WALLERFIELD ARIMA
LA HORQUETTA SOUTH GLADIUS CRESCENT ARIMA
LOWER CUMUTO CUMUTO MAIN RD CUMUTO
MALONEY FLAMINGO BLVD, MALONEY GARDENS MALONEY
MALABAR POMMEGRANATE AVE, MALABAR PHASE 1 MALABAR
MARAJ HILL BAKER TRACE, MARAJ HILL SANGRE GRANDE
MARAVAL MORNE COCO RD MARAVAL
MT HOPE PIONEER DRIVE & SUNSHINE AVE MT HOPE
ORUPUNE GARDENS EIGHT ST, HDC SITE PIARCO
ST ANNS ST ANNS GARDENS ST ANNS
AT AUGUSTINE CORNER WARNER ST & ST JOHNS RD ST AUGUSTINE
VALENCIA ARMADILLO DRIVE, NEW VALENCIA GARDENS VALENCIA
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Mon May 11, 2015 1:46 pm

PNM and Democracy?
Put House Speaker Ocah Seepaul under House arrest
Lockup opposition leader Basdeo Panday
Arrested Chief Justice Sat Sharma
Arrested Trade Union leader David Abdullah
Arrested Talk show host Inshan Ishmael
Ran the country for 9 months with no parliament
Postponed Local Government Election for 7 years
Former Prime Minister Patrick Manning walking into a radio station and getting 2 announcers suspended
================================
Vote PNM At Your Own Peril
================================
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Fri May 22, 2015 12:31 pm


In their 1981 Manifesto, the PNM pledged :

“Expansion of the Port-of-Spain General Hospital. Completion of new facilities at the San Fernando Hospital to increase bed availability from 674 to 900. Appropriate steps for a new hospital to meet the needs of the Southern region beyond 1985. Institution of Open heart surgery at the Caura Hospital. Increase in the number of beds at the Arima Hospital from 50 to 124; Sangre Grande from 110 to 150. Construction of a new hospital at Arima. Increase in the number of beds in Couva from 72 to 200 – a new hospital to specialize in industrial medicine. Upgrading the Point Fortin Hospital. Expansion of the Mayaro Hospital to provide 50 beds, hostel facilities and quarters. Expansion of the Tobago Hospital to provide 120 beds. Construction of a new Administration Block at the St. Ann’s Hospital. Establishment of Halfway Houses, Day Hospitals, Night Hospitals and Sheltered Workshops under the Community Health Programme.” (p.133).
Back to top Go down
Honeylu
Moderator
Moderator
avatar

Posts : 518
Join date : 2011-01-27

PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:07 pm

24/7 WATER SUPPLY INCREASED FROM 18% IN 2010 TO 60% IN 2015

By the time parang is in its best voice at the end of this
year (2013), 50 percent of customers will be receiving a
24-hour supply of water seven days per week. “That
amounts to a dramatic increase when compared to the
18 percent of customers who received a 24/7 supply a
mere three years ago,” says Ag. Chief Executive Officer of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA), Gerard Yorke.

“And the projection is to increase that gure to 60 percent by
December 2015, and at the end of 2016, the population of Trinidad and Tobago will have a 24/7 assured 70 percent supply of potable water to their homes and business places.”

http://www.wasa.gov.tt/Forms/WaterWorld/wasawaterworld-Issue1.pdf
Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: The PNM Shit List   

Back to top Go down
 
The PNM Shit List
View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Inquisition list (1750)
» 1850 Necron List
» tau 1k list tourney list
» The Obligatory IG List
» 1500pts Daemonhunters + Grey Knights tournament list.

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Trini Sweet Talk :: General Category :: Politics-
Jump to: