Brooklyn, NY – July 11 – Dr. Keith Rowley, Opposition Leader in Trinidad & Tobago’s Parliament and Political Leader of the People’s National Movement (PNM), held a town hall meeting this evening at Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, NY.
Dr. Rowley spoke about a variety of problems and challenges facing Trinidad & Tobago. He said a PNM Government under his leadership will do a better job in decreasing crimes, enhancing education and the economy than the present government.
Rowley also spoke about regional issues and how he will strengthen the regional body known as the Caribbean Community (Caricom).
The meeting was primarily attended by PNM supporters in Brooklyn as well as by other nationals of Trinidad & Tobago many of whom are not affiliated with political parties in Trinidad & Tobago but came out of curiosity to hear and see a future prime minister of their beloved nation.
Dr. Rowley answered posed to him at random. Most of the questions to him were about the deteriorating crime rate in the twin-island nation.
Tomorrow, Saturday, July 14, Dr. Rowley will be in the Borough of Queens where he will hold a similar meeting.